ATS2-0.2.9 released


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Hi,

I am pleased to announce the release of ATS2-0.2.9.

This is the 32nd release of ATS2, the successor of the
ATS (currently referred to as ATS1) programming language. The
compiler for ATS2 is given the name ATS/Positats, ATS2/Postiats
or simply Postiats.

The official website for ATS is:

http://www.ats-lang.org

ATS-Postiats is hosted at github:

Major releases of ATS2 are available at:

Major releases of external packages for ATS2 are available at:

A google-group for discussing ATS and related issues is at:

https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/ats-lang-users

The following packages are included in this release:

ATS2-Postiats-0.2.9.tgz # requiring libgmp
ATS2-Postiats-contrib-0.2.9.tgz # contributed packages
ATS2-Postiats-include-0.2.9.tgz # CATS-files w/ BSD-like license

I have included ATS2-Postiats-contrib (instead of releasing it
separately) as it is truly by now an indispensible part of ATS2.

After installing ATS-Postiats-include, one can compile the C code
generated from ATS source without installing the ATS compiler. So
a convenient way to distribute software written in ATS is to simply
release the C code generated from the ATS source.

See below for some major additions and changes since the last release
(ATS2-0.2.8).

Here is a list of major additions and changes since the last release:

  1. Adding support for streamize-functions
  2. Including the patsopt version into the C code generated by patsopt
  3. Greatly improving support for programming with combinators in general
  4. Support in atscc2erl and atscc2scm for handling tail-call optimized code
  5. Atscc2clj/libatscc2clj starts to be functional (but yet a long way to
    go!)
  6. Initiating testing for ATSLIB (see ATS2-Postiats-test/core/ATSLIB for
    more)

Cheers,

–Hongwei

Computer Science Department
Boston University
111 Cummington Street
Boston, MA 02215

Email: hw...@cs.bu.edu
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