It's just released: a demo that lets everyone to try the Argentum programming language on Windows.
Download link: argentum-demo.7z
- a command line Argentum compiler (agc.exe) and LLVM linker,
- simple bindings to SDL,
- and a couple of examples.
- extract anywhere,
- read the README.md,
- go to the workdir folder, and launch cmd.
- copy and paste these three commands to compile, link and execute the hello world application:
..\bin\agc.exe -src ..\src -start helloWorld -o hw.obj ..\bin\lld-link.exe /libpath:..\libs hw.obj ..\libs\ag_runtime.lib hw.exe
For the SDL graphical demo application do these three commands:
..\bin\agc.exe -src ..\src -start demo -o demo.obj ..\bin\lld-link.exe /libpath:..\libs demo.obj ..\libs\ag_runtime.lib ..\libs\SDL2.lib ..\libs\SDL2_image.lib demo.exe
Play with `*.ag` files in `src` directory to see how the language works.
This is a big day for the project. Starting today all examples and tutorials can be replicated by anyone and anyone can start using Argentum compiler to freely play with the language.