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Gren-in-Gren, and other developments

Published: 2024-03-21

The first few lines of a new Gren compiler are being written this week. The goal is to better support upcoming features of the language, as well as being

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Gren 0.3.0: Source maps

Published: 2023-06-19

JavaScript developers have always had access to a powerful debugger for finding bugs in their applications. Since Gren compiles to JavaScript, it's also possible to use the same tool for debugging Gren applications. The experience isn't great, however, as you're forced to debug the JavaScript that the compiler spits out instead of the actual code you wrote.

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Gren 0.2.1: Testing, testing

Published: 2023-03-15

The original plan was to not do another release until Gren 0.3 this summer but, while this is still the goal, we've implemented enough functionality to warrant a new release today. The theme for Gren 0.3 is "Testing and Debugging", and Gren 0.2.1 delivers on the first half of this theme.

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Gren 0.2: Hello, NodeJS

Published: 2022-12-12

Six months after the release of 0.1, a new release is here with a bunch of exciting features. This includes a built-in code formatter and basic support for creating applications that run on NodeJS.

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Documentation as a first class citizen

Published: 2022-08-22

A crucial aspect of any programming language, is how easy it is to discover and learn new functionality.

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Gren 0.1.0 is released

Published: 2022-05-30

Today marks the first release of Gren, a programming language that helps you write simple and correct software.

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