descriptionprogramming language based on D, but with Python-like syntax
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Delight is an imperative, object-oriented programming language with a Python-like syntax. Internally, it is based on the D programming language, and therefore supports classes, interfaces and templates, and compiles to efficient native code using GDC.
2008-10-26 Thomas LeonardStart development series 0.3-postmaster
2008-10-26 Thomas LeonardRelease 0.3v0.3
2008-10-26 Thomas LeonardSnapshot for 0.3
2008-10-18 Thomas LeonardConverted to use shared libraries
2008-10-05 Thomas LeonardStart development series 0.2-post
2008-10-05 Thomas LeonardRelease 0.2v0.2
2008-10-05 Thomas LeonardRemoved phobo's
2008-10-05 Thomas LeonardReleased dlt-lib 0.2.
2008-10-04 Thomas LeonardAdded phobos symlinks to version control
2008-10-04 Thomas LeonardAdded script to create configure scripts.
2008-09-28 Thomas LeonardRevert "Removed libphobos from build"
2008-09-23 Thomas LeonardStart development series 0.1-post
2008-09-23 Thomas LeonardRelease 0.1v0.1
2008-09-23 Thomas LeonardSnapshot that builds with 0compile
2008-09-23 Thomas LeonardRemoved libphobos from build
2008-09-23 Thomas LeonardFixed fixincludes path to source
9 years ago v0.3 Release 0.3
9 years ago v0.2 Release 0.2
9 years ago v0.1 Release 0.1
9 years ago master
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delight/core.git the GDC-based submodule 9 years ago
delight/dlt-lib.git Delight standard library 9 years ago