Package Details: dao-git 1783.0e31564f-1

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Package Base: dao-git
Description: A modern, very lightweight, portable, optionally typed programming language and VM written in C featuring blazingly fast real concurrency, defer, OOP, AOP, bytecode, high-level standard library, advanced modules & bindings and much more!
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Keywords: bytecode concurrent functional-programming interpreted lightweight modern object-oriented programming-language standard-library virtual-machine
Licenses: BSD
Conflicts: dao
Provides: dao
Replaces: dao-lang-git
Submitter: dumblob
Maintainer: dumblob
Last Packager: dumblob
Votes: 1
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2015-06-13 20:13 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2017-10-11 20:19 (UTC)

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dumblob commented on 2017-10-11 20:25 (UTC)

All the unit tests are again enabled and successfully passing!

dumblob commented on 2015-08-20 12:10 (UTC)

@jawbonegroove I've decided to temporarily disable unit tests, so that everyone can enjoy this awesome language! Feel free to try to run makepkg && pacman -U *tar.xz && dao -e "io.writeln('Hello world!')".

dumblob commented on 2015-08-13 13:33 (UTC)

@jawbonegroove thanks, I really appreciate your willingness to help. Currently it doesn't compile on Arch because of . But if you're in hurry, you can compile and run Dao yourself locally (i.e. without --no-local-rpath) in the mean time (it's enough to have C99 compiler and readline installed for the pure language without advanced modules) without installing it. Should you have any questions, don't hesitate and contact me either on email (see PKGBUILD) or on github or here.

jawbonegroove commented on 2015-08-12 03:53 (UTC)

@dumblob: just found this, really want to make this pkg work. will help maintain any way i can. looking at these couple build errors:

dumblob commented on 2015-06-13 20:53 (UTC)

This package was originally named "dao-lang-git" due to some other unmaintained package occupying the name "dao" or "dao-git". The maintainer of the old "dao" or "dao-git" packages wasn't reachable by email (I've tried during several months) and thus I switched to "dao-git" during the upgrade of aurweb to v4.