Inko is a statically-typed, safe, object-oriented programming languages for . By using lightweight isolated processes, data race conditions can't occur. The syntax is easy to learn and remember, and thanks to its error handling model you will never have to worry about unexpected runtime errors.
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- A bytecode interpreter that is easy to build across different platforms
- Parallel garbage collection based on Immix
- Lightweight, isolated processes that communicate using message passing
- Statically typed
- Explicit handling of exceptions, making it impossible for unexpected exceptions to occur
- Tail call optimisation
- A C FFI using libffi
- A standard library written in Inko itself
More information about all the available features can be found on the Inko website.
Inko officially supports Linux, Mac OS, and Windows. Other Unix-like platforms such as the various BSDs should also work, but are not officially supported at this time. Inko only supports 64-bits architectures.
Details about how to install Inko and its requirements can be found in the "Installing Inko" guide in the Inko manual.
All source code in this repository is licensed under the Mozilla Public License version 2.0, unless stated otherwise. A copy of this license can be found in the file "LICENSE".