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What's Lemick?

Lemick is a programming language with BASIC syntax, it's a typed and a compiled language, its source is compiled into a platform-independent virtual machine assembler that is later transformed into a platform-dependent representation by the just-in-time compiler. Lemick supports concurrent and distributed programming (multi-threading and distributed multi-threading). Rendezvous are used for message passing; replicas and ultra-weak consistency model implement distributed shared memory simulation. Extension of exception handling mechanism, including distributed version is being developed now. Lemick favors mixed procedural and object-oriented programming style.

News
22 feb 2004 Version 0.9.0alpha released
This version includes complete support for virtual methods, property get/set routines, safe run-time type casting, built-in classes and more robust packages handling. Just-in-time compiler became approx. 20% faster and includes a number of new virtual machine instructions, like co-routines call and type casting. And also a great number of bug fixes and various minor changes to compiler and run-time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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