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Anduin is an interpreted programming language that aims to replace perl and python for industrial, in-house programming projects. The interpreter is built in C++, allowing Anduin scripts to easily interact with C++ libraries.

Syntactically it is similar to the C# family of languages. It's meant to be the best of C++11, perl, and python, but cleaning up the worst of 30 years of backward compatibility.

Here's a link to the current grammar (as well as the current versions of the flex and bison source files).

There are deplorably irregular updates on the blog page.

Status of version 0.0.0

  • Research: 69%
  • Specification: 23%
  • Implementation: 2%
  • Qualification: 0%
Expected release date: 2016/01/01.
Expected probability of hitting release date: 37.2% percent.

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