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I’m not sure there would be that much demand for a cut down C.
I too am working on a language - https://www.ek9.io/ . I’m not sure that
will get any traction either!
But it is technically challenging and interesting grappling with the
compromises and technologies involved.
My main drive has been to experiment with syntax in different forms and see
how they feel and also
roll in loads (probably an excessive amount) of much higher level concepts.
> On 2 Jan 2023, at 20:52, Spiros Bousbouras <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 2 Jan 2023 12:28:12 +0200
> "Tristan B. Velloza Kildaire" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I am currently working on my own compiler for something like C but with
>> minimal object orientation support and no features like
>> templating/generics etc etc.
>> Trying to get a feeler out there for anyone who would be interested in
>> using such a language, obviously the project is something I work on in
>> my spare time but I have written everything from scratch.
> Knowing what you are trying to achieve i.e. why you are creating a new
> programming language would be useful. On which operating systems is it
> going to work ? What will be the license ?
>> I plan to, by
>> the end of 2023 hopefully, have a full release out. The code emit is
>> already working well and so is the dependency tree algorithmn.
> Code emitter for what targets ?
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