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Céu is born!

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Céu is a reactive language targeted at embedded systems, aiming to offer a higher-level and safer alternative to C.

Céu can be described as a reactive, imperative, concurrent, synchronous, and deterministic language.

Céu has a memory footprint of around 3Kb of ROM and 100b of RAM (on a 16bits platform).

Currently, Céu is restricted to static-only applications.

(See also the two previous blog posts.)

Website: (you can try Céu online!)

Git project:

I’m looking for embedded systems developers interested in using Céu.

I can help with all support (i.e. coding) to integrate Céu with your platform.

The distribution of Céu already provides support for Arduino:

*** UPDATE (1): Looks like dreamhost (where ceu-lang is hosted) is in trouble.

*** UPDATE (2): Dreamhost is up again!


Written by francisco

January 30, 2012 at 3:10 am

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