Kew is a simple, embeddable, container-based, object-oriented programming language. Many of its features are inspired by Smalltalk and Scheme. Its syntax is similar to Smalltalk's, but it has the compact and modular design of Scheme, along with proper closures and continuations. There is also powerful exception handling and write-your-own containers, which allow you to produce sandboxes.
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Release Notes: This version includes big improvements to the compiler and core library. There are now some example components, lots of extra documentation, and an updated tutorial. The compiler is now written in Kew itself.
Release Notes: A compiler that generates C code and compiles and links against Kew's runtime support library, and the beginnings of a simple standalone container which allows Kew modules to be dynamically loaded and executed.