Linked by Kaj-de-Vos on Sun 1st Jan 2012 19:42 UTC
Syllable, AtheOS Red/System, the new programming language that is used in the Syllable project, has reached its next milestone: an ARM code generator backend for its compiler. It supports Android (screenshot) and generic ARM Linux (screenshot on Debian). Earlier, the backend for generating Mac OS X executables was already completed (for x86 CPUs so far).
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RE[2]: Comment by henderson101
by henderson101 on Thu 5th Jan 2012 23:38 UTC in reply to "RE: Comment by henderson101"
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To be honest, it was more a message to Kai regarding his former accusation. He implied I was shilling my comment score, when it *just* posta as +2... I do nothing.

As for Syllable - you assume I'm not in the loop? Maybe - I stopped any Syllable interest 3 odd years ago. But, I was there at the start. It floundered with the advent of Syllable Server, got overly bogged down in REBOL, then Vanders left. Syllable now is a former shade of what it might have been that much is clear.

Look at a successful project like Haiku. Started around the same time. Which is more mature? Which has traction?

Edited 2012-01-05 23:43 UTC

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