Linked by Kaj-de-Vos on Thu 15th Mar 2012 12:48 UTC
Syllable, AtheOS Version 0.2.5 of the new Red/System programming language has been released, after it celebrated its first birthday at the third Red Developers Conference. Bindings with the standard C library, cURL, SDL and SQLite that were developed over the past year are now properly supported on Syllable Desktop. Conference videos introduce Red/System and the bindings. Earlier, new floating point support was released (Mandelbrot screenshot; demo source, see the .reds file).
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RE[6]: Comment by henderson101
by wannabe geek on Tue 20th Mar 2012 01:15 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Comment by henderson101"
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And who is part of the syllable team? People you see on wikipedia as "syllable devs" are already working at pyro-os, and the others are mostly non-active related to syllable.

What's up with that Pyro-OS? I've tried to find information about it, but there seems to be preciously little. I only know it is a Syllable fork, that the split (apparently) was not very friendly, and that the devs want to emit as little CO2 as possible.

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