Gren is a pure functional programmming language that aims to be easy to learn and to reason about, while remaining powerful and portable enough for real-world use.
Until today, that is.
Gren 0.3.0 is now released, and with it comes the option of outputting source maps.
All you have to do is to pass the
--sourcemaps flag to the compiler:
gren make src/Main.gren --sourcemaps
To see how source maps improves Gren's debugging experience, you can watch Robin's demo of this feature on youtube.
With the release of Gren 0.3, focus now turns to the 0.4 release in December. The main feature for that release will be Parametric Modules, which you can learn more about in this Github issue or in this video presentation.
That's all for now. Head over to the install page to get started.