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If you are working on a Clean related project, feel free to add a short description and a link to your project on this page.
 
If you are working on a Clean related project, feel free to add a short description and a link to your project on this page.
  
== Clean platform project ==
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== Clean platform ==
The [[Clean platform|Clean platform project]] is an effort to gradually move the current Clean system from a language, tool set and libraries towards a programming "platform". The project aims to achieve this by pursuing the following goals:
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The [[Clean platform]] project is an effort to gradually move the current Clean system from a language, tool set, and libraries towards a programming "platform". The project aims to achieve this by pursuing the following goals:
  
 
* Define a broad consistent collection of libraries
 
* Define a broad consistent collection of libraries
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* Enhance the tool set and possibly the language itself to make the development of multi-platform libraries easier
 
* Enhance the tool set and possibly the language itself to make the development of multi-platform libraries easier
 
* Collect, refactor, and extend existing libraries to make them consistent with the platform standards
 
* Collect, refactor, and extend existing libraries to make them consistent with the platform standards
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== Cloogle ==
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[https://cloogle.org Cloogle] is an unofficial Clean search engine. It searches the Clean standard libraries for type definitions and functions.
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== Docker images ==
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There are '''unofficial, community-maintained''' Docker images with Clean environments at [https://hub.docker.com/r/camilstaps/clean/ camilstaps/clean]. These images can be used to run <tt>clm</tt> in a clean environment, but also to derive a new <tt>Dockerfile</tt> for your Clean project.
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There are tags for 2.4 and the latest release. However, the new nightly build system makes having up to date Docker images impossible, so the <tt>latest</tt> tag is a bit behind.
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== vim-clean ==
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[https://github.com/camilstaps/vim-clean vim-clean] is a Vim plugin for Clean. It has syntax highlighting for both Clean and ABC code, compiler errorformats, allows you to switch easily between definition and implementation modules and has [https://cloogle.org Cloogle] integration.

Latest revision as of 06:57, 19 March 2017

This page is intended to provide an overview of projects that are using Clean or are otherwise related to Clean. If you are working on a Clean related project, feel free to add a short description and a link to your project on this page.

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Clean platform

The Clean platform project is an effort to gradually move the current Clean system from a language, tool set, and libraries towards a programming "platform". The project aims to achieve this by pursuing the following goals:

  • Define a broad consistent collection of libraries
  • Provide guidelines and protocols for library developers
  • Enhance the tool set and possibly the language itself to make the development of multi-platform libraries easier
  • Collect, refactor, and extend existing libraries to make them consistent with the platform standards

Cloogle

Cloogle is an unofficial Clean search engine. It searches the Clean standard libraries for type definitions and functions.

Docker images

There are unofficial, community-maintained Docker images with Clean environments at camilstaps/clean. These images can be used to run clm in a clean environment, but also to derive a new Dockerfile for your Clean project.

There are tags for 2.4 and the latest release. However, the new nightly build system makes having up to date Docker images impossible, so the latest tag is a bit behind.

vim-clean

vim-clean is a Vim plugin for Clean. It has syntax highlighting for both Clean and ABC code, compiler errorformats, allows you to switch easily between definition and implementation modules and has Cloogle integration.

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