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- Subject: Suneido language
- From: Andrew McKinlay <address@hidden>
- Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2003 12:59:33 -0600
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Anyone want to comment on the open-source Suneido language?
It's an object-oriented language with a syntax similar to C++ or Java,
but dynamic i.e. no declarations. Functions and classes are first class
values. It has iterators and Smalltalk style blocks.
Suneido is aimed at developing information systems / business
applications. The language is part of an integrated application platform
that also includes an IDE, a client-server relational database, and user
interface and reporting frameworks. It's currently only available on
Windows, but a Linux version is being worked on.
Thanks in advance for any feedback.