Kite is a programming language designed to minimize the required experience level of the programmer. It aims to allow quick development and running time and low CPU and memory usage.
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Release Notes: Kite now uses the same Flex/Bison based parser that non–LLVM Kite uses, significantly improving compile time. 100% of Kite syntax can now be parsed. string|format was added to the standard library. kdoc (System.doc) support and prerequisite System.object methods are now fully functional. The eval statement now supported (e.g. eval “1|print;”). Code versioning support from non–LLVM Kite is now active. Compilation errors on some systems were fixed.
Release Notes: This is the initial release of the LLVM port of Kite.
Release Notes: Internal data structures were optimized for performance and memory consumption, and initial support for multiple inheritance was added.
Release Notes: This release fixed problems with the Windows installer and with the Kite debugger.
Release Notes: A new package building system has been added, as well as some new methods in the standard library. Several bugs have also been fixed.