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This project is part of the GNU Project.

GNU APL is a free interpreter for the programming language APL.

APL is specified in ISO standard 13751 aka. "Programming Language APL, Extended", and GNU APL is an (almost) full implementation of the standard.

GNU APL supports:
* nested arrays
* complex numbers
* shared variables. and
* scripting

Registration Date: Tue 24 Sep 2013 11:22:02 AM UTC
License: GNU General Public License v3 or later
Development Status: 4 - Beta

 

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GNU APL 1.5 Released
     posted by j_sauermann, Mon 30 Mar 2015 01:45:09 PM UTC - 0 replies

Hi,

I am happy to announce that GNU APL 1.5 has been released.

This release contains:

  • some progress on parallel (multi-core) APL (still experimental)
  • performance counters for all built-in APL functions
  • the possibility to build GNU APL as a library (thanks to Dirk) ...

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GNU APL 1.4.released
     posted by j_sauermann, Thu 07 Aug 2014 06:02:49 PM UTC - 0 replies

Hello,

I am happy to announce that GNU APL 1.4 has been released.

This release contains:

  • an interface to mySQL and Postgres databases (thanks to Elias)
  • two component file systems as demanded by ISO 13751 (thanks to Blake and David) ...

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GNU APL 1.3 released
     posted by j_sauermann, Thu 27 Mar 2014 04:55:54 PM UTC - 0 replies

Hello,

I am happy to announce that GNU APL 1.3 has been released.

This release contains:

  • improved emacs mode (thanks to Elias)
  • limited support for direct functions (lambdas)
  • new )DUMP command to save a workspace as text file (readable with apl -f)

Enjoy!
Jürgen Sauermann

GNU APL 1.2 Released
     posted by j_sauermann, Tue 14 Jan 2014 11:44:34 AM UTC - 0 replies

Hello,

I am happy to announce that GNU APL 1.2 has been released.

This release contains:

  • A new memory management for APL values.

Almost every segfault reported so far could be traced back to APL values being
deleted too early. Therefore the old memory management was replaced by a new, ...


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