Hi devs, i'll be introducing a new programming language Simple. As the name implies, this programming language is simple.
SIMPLE is a plain and innovative programming with multi-paradigm. It can be embedded in C/C++ projects. The language is portable to various OS including windows, macOS, any linux and unix distros and other OS. The language is small and fast.
Simple has compilers that can be installed in our Windows/Linux/Mac systems. Simple can either be cloned, downloaded as zip or gotten from here
Below are the procedures for installing on each system respectively.
This is quite the easiest installation. Download the windows type file from here and run.
After downloading simple from either methods listed above, unzip/move into the SIMPLE folder from your console and follow the instructions below.
# Copy make file from bootsrc/makefiles/inux to sources $ cp bootsrc/makefiles/linux/Makefile bootsrc/sources # install simple with the "make" command. $ make
Wait for a few moments, probably a minute. The make file installs simple in a folder dist located in the bootsrc folder. start the SIMPLE compiler with the command
Was there an error stating simple.so couldn't be found ?. Use this command everytime once you're in the folder via the console.
Sadly, we're working on that issue and a fix will be issued in the next release.
To install on Mac, the same procedures are followed but some small differences. Steps to install..
After downloading the Mac package, navigate to the home folder of SIMPLE and run commands.
# Copy make file from bootsrc/makefiles/inux to sources $ cp bootsrc/makefiles/mac/Makefile bootsrc/sources # install simple with the "make" command. $ make
Boom, we have simple installed.
You can check the unofficial documentation / guide to simple as the official documentation comes up. Get acquainted with SIMPLE's syntax HERE
We love and are looking for contributors that'll help in the development of SIMPLE. This is an open source project and needs the supports of the community extensively. Check out the contributing guide