Dyvil is a multi-paradigm, general purpose programming language that is based on Java and the JVM. Specifically, it can be classified as strongly typed, object-oriented and parallel, with functional and imperative elements and dynamic typing support. Dyvil extends Java with several new and modern language features. It is in a pre-release stage of development, but steadily updated and extended. New releases are published usually twice a month; nightly builds are available for every commit.
This blog covers summaries for new releases as well as in-depth details about special design or implementation problems. It is maintained by Clashsoft and updated about once a month.
The blog source is hosted via GitHub-Pages and Jekyll; it’s source is available in the GitHub repository