22nd April 02:24
comp.lang.dylan Dylan Resource Guide
Dylan Resource Guide
This is a brief list of online resources available for the programming
language Dylan. This message is posted semi-regularly to the Usenet
Internet Relay Chat
Most day-to-day discussion about Dylan occurs on the #dylan IRC
channel on Freenode.net servers.
Channel logs are available at
comp.lang.dylan is the Usenet group for discussing Dylan.
Google Groups has an archive going back over a decade.
The Dylan Language Reference Manual
The "DRM" defines the Dylan language and standard library.
Dylan Programming is a book that teaches how to program in Dylan.
Gwydion Dylan is an open source command-line compiler originally
developed by Carnegie Melon University as part of their Gwydion
project. It is available on several platforms.
Open Dylan is an open source IDE originally developed by Harlequin
and, later, Functional Objects. The IDE is available for Windows, and
the compiler is available as a command-line program for other
The Dylan Resource Guide is maintained by Chris Page. Send suggestions
to <mailto:dylan.resources@chris-page*NOSPAM*.org>. (Remove "*NOSPAM*"
to make a valid email address.)