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Kaya 0.5.2 and 0.4.4 released

New releases of the stable and development branch of the compiler and standard library for the Kaya programming language are now available for download. All users are strongly recommended to upgrade to one of these versions, as several important bugs have been fixed.
The 0.5.2 release also includes a significant efficiency increase in String handling, initial support for dynamic loading and plugins and support for unit testing.

Posted by Chris Morris 2009-04-13

Kaya 0.5.1 and 0.4.3 released

New releases of the stable and development branch of the compiler and standard library for the Kaya programming language are now available for download. All users are strongly recommended to upgrade to one of these versions, as several important bugs have been fixed.

Posted by Chris Morris 2008-08-02

Kaya 0.4.0 Released

Version 0.4.0 of Kaya, an imperative programming and scripting language with web development abstractions, has now been released. This version includes numerous new features and fixes several bugs, and is the first release of the new stable branch of Kaya.
A full changelog is available at http://kayalang.org/about/news with notes for those upgrading from previous versions at http://kayalang.org/download/upgrading

Posted by Chris Morris 2008-03-15

Kaya 0.2.7 released

Version 0.2.7 of Kaya, an imperative programming and scripting language with web development abstractions, has now been released. This version includes numerous new features and fixes several bugs.
A full changelog is available at http://kayalang.org/about/news with notes for those upgrading from previous versions at http://kayalang.org/download/upgrading

Posted by Chris Morris 2007-09-29

Kaya 0.2.6 Released

Version 0.2.6 of Kaya, an imperative programming and scripting language with web development abstractions, has now been released. This version includes numerous new features, significant optimisations, and fixes several bugs.
A full changelog is available at http://kayalang.org/about/news with notes for those upgrading from previous versions at http://kayalang.org/download/upgrading

Posted by Chris Morris 2007-06-23

Kaya 0.2.5 released

Version 0.2.5 of Kaya, an imperative programming and scripting language with web development abstractions, has now been released. This version includes numerous new features, significant optimisations, and fixes several bugs.
A full changelog is available at http://kayalang.org/about/news with notes for those upgrading from previous versions at http://kayalang.org/download/upgrading

Posted by Chris Morris 2007-04-20

Kaya 0.2.4 released

Version 0.2.4 of Kaya, a scripting and programming language designed for use on the web has been released with several improvements and important bug fixes including security fixes. We recommend that all existing users upgrade to this version as soon as possible. For more information, see http://kayalang.org/

Posted by Chris Morris 2007-01-31

Kaya 0.2.3 released

Version 0.2.3 of Kaya, the statically-typed compiled scripting language with type inference and web abstractions, has been released to fix a bug in the type checker.
You can download Kaya and find out more at http://compsoc.dur.ac.uk/

Posted by Chris Morris 2006-12-04

Kaya 0.2.2 released

Kaya is a statically typed, imperative programming language with powerful data description capabilities and built-in abstractions for web application development. Download 0.2.2 from http://compsoc.dur.ac.uk/kaya/

This release adds libraries for reflection and reification to allow generic programming over arbitrary structures, provides a standard pickling format to store data to disks and transfer it between different Kaya programs, and fixes an important bug in the UTF-8 input reader. We recommend all users of previous Kaya releases upgrade as soon as possible.

Posted by Chris Morris 2006-11-27

Kaya 0.2.1 released

Kaya 0.2.1 is now available for download from http://compsoc.dur.ac.uk/kaya/download.php

The following major changes have been made since 0.2.0:
* program, webapp and webprog are no longer reserved words. Instead, an arbitrary identifier can be used, provided that there is an appropriate .ks file in the module path.
* File upload support in web programs.
* webapp and webprog renamed to cgi and webapp respectively; stdlib modules renamed to CGI and Webapp
* Global variables can be initialised at the point of declaration.
* File uploads in CGI/webapp
* Moved GL/Glut libraries into main distribution
* Kayac compiling time considerably improved
* Better, more informative, error messages
* Bug fixes and small library updates... read more

Posted by Chris Morris 2006-11-16

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