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Updated Glyph release date.
Thu, 23 Sep 2010 13:48:21 +0200




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<section class="section"> -<header><h1 id="h_231">v0.4.1 &ndash; September 25th 2010</h1></header> +<header><h1 id="h_231">v0.4.1 &ndash; September 23th 2010</h1></header> <section class="section"> <header><h1 id="h_232">5 Bugs Fixed</h1></header> <table><tr><th>ID</th>
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<p>Glyph Language is not a full-blown programming language and it is currently not Turing-complete (it does not provide loops). However, it is possible to evaluate simple ruby code snippets using the <code>ruby</code> macro (aliased to <code>%</code>), like this:</p> <ul> <li><code>%[2 + 2]</code> &rarr; 4</li> - <li><code>%[]</code> &rarr; Wed Sep 22 15:08:27 +0200 2010</li> + <li><code>%[]</code> &rarr; Thu Sep 23 13:33:57 +0200 2010</li> <li><code>%[Glyph::VERSION]</code> &rarr; 0.4.1</li> </ul> <p>The scope for the code evaluation is the Kernel module, (with all inclusions required by Glyph itself).</p>