Beta 3.0beta5

Maturity:
Beta
Released on:
Wednesday, 21 September 2016 00:00
  • FEATURE: compiler now figures out the most general class taken transitively by containers and uses that instead of entity where applicable

Alan SDK for MacOSX

File size:
330.35 Kb
MD5 Signature:
da300807833f8744e6d2e7cc19b6cd87
SHA1 Signature:
dd12c050fc573f95f4fc1f05beccadeba38667f9
Compatibility:
MacOSX

This is the Alan SDK for MacOSX which consists of the compiler, an interpreter, the manual and some examples. The MacOSX version are command line based, suitable both for Terminal command based work and for use with the AlanIDE, which is the recommended tool for authoring and compiling.

Alan SDK for Linux

File size:
535.96 Kb
MD5 Signature:
4d59efcfb5d9b7fc6b767131ce8d5ada
SHA1 Signature:
fac8b57d3f88048ceb8e4339cd73fd9840d411aa
Compatibility:
Linux 64bitLinux32

This is the Alan SDK for Linux which consists of the compiler, an interpreter, the manual and some examples. This is suitable for command line based work and for use with the AlanIDE.

Alan SDK for Windows (command line)

File size:
1.57 Mb
MD5 Signature:
a1db03c7a452a364b429e4a415e85067
SHA1 Signature:
4c757e5731b2c6132d7abd185ef46fe7e7ff3a10
Compatibility:
Windows XPWindows 7Windows 10

The Alan SDK for Windows consists of the compiler, an interpreter, the manual and some examples. This is the command line version which you need if you are working from a command window or the AlanIDE.

Alan SDK for Windows (GUI)

File size:
2.24 Mb
MD5 Signature:
d620a998904f7ff0abbf66b182ce6b0d
SHA1 Signature:
2eff49f384861233f1332ace3bb9d223362ef9ee
Compatibility:
Windows XPWindows 7Windows 10

The Alan SDK for Windows consists of the compiler, an interpreter, the manual and some examples. This is the GUI version which you need if you are working from the Windows GUI/Explorer view.

If you want to use the AlanIDE you need the command line version.

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"All those weirdly arranged parentheses, and semi-colons and strange curlicues hanging out in the middle of blank lines. Impossible. But when I looked at Alan I saw the light or, at least, English."

Eric Mayer