An expression oriented, gradually typed and mission-critical programming language.
A full walk-through of the language can be found over at the wu-lang documentation.
Wu strives to be a decently useful language with focus on control, readability and scalability. The syntax of Wu is heavily inspired by the strong and safe one of Rust, while keeping the advantages of being high-level and gradually typed. The language is meant and designed to be a solid alternative to Python, Lua and MoonScript, while being superior on control and maintainability.
- Compiles to Lua
- Gradual typing
- Rust-like trait system
- Expression oriented design
- Perfect Lua interoperability
- Match patterns
- Cool logo
- You are using it
Wu is built and maintained by a minimal team of people and was primarily developed during boring primary school classes, to help make time pass faster. At the current point in time it is not actively maintained due to work and studies all of us are occupied with, this may change in the future. However, you can still make suggestions, report bugs and open pull requests, one of us will definitely review them.