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LuaGravity 0.6 released!

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I’m pleased to announce the release of LuaGravity 0.6.

LuaGravity is a reactive language that implements the synchronous approach for concurrency.

It is roughly based on Esterel and FrTime, two reactive synchronous languages, the former having an imperative style, the latter being functional.

LuaGravity is implemented as a set of runtime extensions to the Lua language.

Any feedback is welcome.


Changes in LuaGravity 0.6:

^ Several changes in the API.
+ `deactivate` and `reactivate` functionality.
+ Support for multiple LuaGravity applications in the same process.
+ Support for the *step execution model*.


Written by francisco

August 5, 2010 at 7:44 pm

Posted in News, Reactive Languages

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