Thursday, October 31, 2019
We are happy to announce a new release of ParaSail. This new release incorporates an enhanced interactive debugger that is automatically invoked when the interpreter encounters an assertion, precondition, or postcondition that fails at run-time. In addition, the sources for run-time library code that is potentially linked into compiled ParaSail programs now carries a license which allows such compiled programs to be distributed as the user sees fit.
In any case, here is the new release [link updated -- was incorrect]:
It is a "zip" archive of sources and binaries for Mac, Linux, and Windows. Mac and Linux include executable binaries for a bootstrapped LLVM-generating ParaSail compiler. Windows only contains the executable binaries for the ParaSail interpreter.
The web page for ParaSail is still:
From a documentation point of view, the most exciting news is that we have recently published a full description of the ParaSail language in the new academic "Programming Journal":
Please take a look at this article to see a comprehensive description of ParaSail, and how it fits into the world of programming language design.
Here is the latest reference manual (which is also linked from the ParaSail web page, and included in the "zip" archive for release 8.4):