Project info for Kew

Share This Created 18 Jul 2001 at 10:40 UTC by duncan, last modified 17 Nov 2006 at 16:50 UTC by duncan.


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Kew is a simple embeddable container-based object- oriented language. It is based on Smalltalk and Scheme, and offers a simple inheritance-free object system, compact syntax, and full closures and continuations.

Kew runs inside a container that defines its interface to the outside world. This allows Kew to be embedded in a flexible manner. Kew is also capable of creating its own containers and executing modules inside them - giving "sandbox" functionality. It is intended that Kew will eventually offer a strong security model.

License: MIT-like

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