[Haskell] ANNOUNCE: The Timber compiler 1.0.3

Johan Nordlander johan.nordlander at ltu.se
Tue May 19 12:11:09 EDT 2009

ANNOUNCE: The Timber compiler 1.0.3

We're pleased to announce the availability of version 1.0.3 of the  
Timber compiler.

Timber is a modern language for building event-driven systems, based  
around the notion of reactive objects.  It is also a purely functional  
language derived from Haskell, although with a strict evaluation  
semantics.  The Timber compiler currently runs on Linux and MacOS X  
platforms, but uses gcc as its back-end so it should be easily  
portable to most POSIX-like environments.

This is a bug fix release that is intended to pave the way for a more  
substantial version currently under development.  Version 1.0.3 can be  
summarized as "improved overall stability, with very minor added  

For more info, detailed release notes, language documentation, source  
code access and binary installers, see


Or simply grab the timberc package at http://hackage.haskell.org/.

*** A dedicated Timber mailing list hosted at haskell.org is now also  
*** See link at http://timber-lang.org/ for subscription info.

The Timber Team
through Johan Nordlander

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