Nosica is a compiler for the new object oriented language called Nosica. It is strongly typed and object oriented, and has garbage collecting, properties, genericity, global code analysis and optimisation, and more.
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Release Notes: nosicani, a tool to automatically generate a native skeleton with protected areas preserved across generation. Support for different architectures. Some bugfixes.
Release Notes: In this release, all known bugs were fixed, and there was refactoring of all C-related classed from intermediate to production.c, which enables the creation of a C# or a Java back end.
Release Notes: This release comes with an automated build process, a tool to generate documentation from Nosica source code (nosicadoc), and man pages. It introduces exception handling, covariance on the result type, and the beginning of the native standard library with net.nosica.containers and net.nosica.io mostly OK. There are also lots of bugfixes.
Release Notes: The new compiler is called Nosica-light, and has a much cleaner architecture than before. Overloading on result type is no longer possible. Exception handling, constraints, and a back end that automatically makes an executable out of the produced C source code are still unimplemented. An RPM is now available.