The Alan development is progressing. Modern software development techniques are slowly seeping into practice. One such technique that has recently been put into practice is Continuous Integration. This means that there is a server that build the whole Alan system and then runs a lot of tests as soon as somebody commits some changes to the source code repository. If that build and the tests was successful, the resulting development snapshots are automatically uploaded to the Alan website, where you can download them from the box on the right hand side of this page or from the Snapshots section of the Download Area.

If your interested in our planning, surf to our planning board at Pivotal Tracker.

Here's the current status of our Jenkins build servers:

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What They Say

"I-F languages are like vehicles ... using Alan is like driving a zippy, easy-handling little electric town car -- it's often all you need to take you where you want to go."

Lelah Conrad