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New: Release 2016.05 (Bell) is out

We are happy to announce the first release since LibertyEiffel officially is under the umbrella of GNU, 2016.05, code-named "Bell" (after Alexander Graham Bell - Scottish engineer). Get it from one of the following sources Looking forward to a promising time with an emerging community, stay tuned and have fun!
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Welcome

Welcome to the Liberty Eiffel home page!

Liberty Eiffel project is the GNU Eiffel Compiler.

It is a free eiffel compiler started from SmartEiffel code base. Its goal is to retain from SmartEiffel its rigour; but not its rigidity.
Think of Liberty as SmartEiffel down from its ivory tower. More...

Documentation

Currently the only form of documentation is the Wiki and our browsable class reference for the libraries (and tool classes) included in Liberty.

To get started using Liberty browse the Getting Started page in the wiki.

Communication channels

Releases

Liberty Eiffel's second release, code-named Bell, is freshly out!

Just download this source tarball, unpack it, and call the install.sh script on Linux. You may have to adapt it on other platforms. Please send patches!

See also the precompiled packages for Debian.

Development

Code

The code and issue tracking of the Liberty Eiffel project is hosted on GNU's Savannah. To clone the latest content of out development repository use

git clone git://git.sv.gnu.org/liberty-eiffel.git

Test suite

Our test suite is executed automatically after each commit by ET, see the reports on http://et.liberty-eiffel.org

Who we are

The LibertyEiffel project is driven by an open team of developers interested in a free Eiffel implementation.
There is no formal association for the project but in case you need to contact via letter, write to Raphael Mack, Joh.-Seb.-Bach-Str. 3, 74321 Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany.
To reach the project via email write to liberty-eiffel@gnu.org.