Greg c 2007-02-24 08:40:29
This is an open invitation to the Holiday Party of the Bay Area Friends
of Eiffel, for
people with an interest in the Eiffel programming language.
The meeting will take place at Mark’s house in Orinda, on Thursday,
December 8. The meeting
will start at 6:30. Bring goodies to share! Many thanks to Mark for
making his home available
to This Eiffelish celebration!
If you need directions to Mark’s house, please contact me well in
advance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A G E N D A
The International Eiffel Programming Contest deadline has passed, and
are now before the judges.
Our own Neal Lester has released a major enhancement to the Goanna
Roger Browne continues to improve Amber, his Eiffel-like scripting
langauge with release 0.3.1:
Andreas Leitner has announced the release of AutoTest 1.0.0
The SmartEiffel 1.2 Fork, version 5, has also been release. This
project is intended to gives longtime users of the SmartEiffel compiler
a version that that fixes errors and adds enhancements in a backward
The University of York has announced First International Symposium on
Concurrency, Real-Time and Distribution in Eiffel-like Languages
(CORDIE’06) and has published a call for papers.
The SmartEiffel team continues to blaze their own trail with a
candidate release for version 2.2. The most controversial change (that
I’ve noticed) is that the language is now case sensitive.
Eric Bezault of Gobo Fame will give us an introduction to the much
anticipated Gobo Eiffel
Compiler. The latest word is that the GEC can compile itself, but is
not yet yeard for
For the Feburary presentation Greg would like to demonstrate a simple
Other news people would like to share.
If plied with enough wine/beer, I will regale attendies with a
version of my Eiffel joke. I only have one, but I keep refactoring it.
For further information, contact Greg C at email@example.com.
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