March 2022 monthly "What are you working on?" thread

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on /r/ProgrammingLanguages

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  • langs

    An overview is: M/2022. This describes the finished product; sometimes I do such docs so as the guide the direction of a project. (Or to highlight bits that are awkward to explain that can need some work.)

  • sligh

    A language for certifying specification


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  • Forscape

    Scientific computing language

    Forscape has static typing! It is completely unannotated with functions automatically instantiated depending on call usage, as hoped for. Now the main goals are building out numerical features like auto diff and polishing the application towards a version 1.0.

  • tailspin-v0

    A programming language with extreme data-pattern matching and data-declarative syntax, hopefully different enough to be interesting

    I ended up enabling left recursion in Tailspin's composer (parser) syntax. Much cleaner calculator example now.

  • pest

    The Elegant Parser (by pest-parser)

    I've been using pest which is a PEG parser-generator for Rust. I've been asking around, but I'm pretty sure that it can't handle left-recursion, and it's a huge pain point for me right now. I am very fond of function call chaining and want to get it into my language asap, so I think I'm going to need to bite the bullet and implement a parser by hand soon.

  • xvm

    Ecstasy and XVM

    Ecstasy progress over the past month:

  • tulip

    A Tiny, Untyped, Lazy, Interpreted, Pure language (by willmcpherson2)

    Added a pretty printer which basically unparses your code. commit

  • WorkOS

    The modern identity platform for B2B SaaS. The APIs are flexible and easy-to-use, supporting authentication, user identity, and complex enterprise features like SSO and SCIM provisioning.

  • ShnooTalk

    ShnooTalk is a new programming language


  • Argon

    Argon programming language (by ArgonLang)

    There have been several changes in Argon during the month of February, I completed the socket support and improved the IO on file, added a new library in Argon language but above all I added the generators (and other things, like atoms)

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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