BLOG can run on all operating systems that support Java. The minimal requirement is Java 1.6 or higher. BLOG interactive shell and debugger require scala 2.10.4 or above.
Stable Release (v0.10, Dec. 1, 2017)
- BLOG 0.9.1 Universal zip, debian/ubuntu package, Windows installation package (9 July 2014)
- BLOG 0.9 Universal zip, debian/ubuntu package (4 July 2014)
- BLOG 0.8 (binary) and BLOG 0.8 (source) (13 June 2014).
- BLOG 0.7 (binary) and BLOG 0.7 (source) (27 December 2013).
- BLOG 0.6 (binary) and BLOG 0.6 (source) (5 April 2013), The BLOG Language Reference for version 0.6
- BLOG 0.5 (universal) (23 December 2012)
- BLOG 0.4 (universal) (3 September 2012)
- BLOG 0.3.5 (universal) (enhanced version of 0.3)
- BLOG 0.3 (universal) (14 August 2008)
- BLOG 0.2 (universal) (14 December 2007)
- BLOG 0.1.6 (16 March 2007)
- BLOG 0.1.5 (13 January 2006)
- BLOG 0.1.4 (21 December 2005)
- BLOG 0.1.3 (6 November 2005)
- BLOG 0.1.2 (27 September 2005)
- BLOG 0.1.1 (21 September 2005)
- BLOG 0.1 (universal) (10 September 2005)
Latest Development Snapshot
You may download the latest development Zip File
You may also view the latest development from Github
- BLOG Pygment lexer A syntax highlight package for Latex and Markdown. (created by: Sharad Vikram and Lei Li)
- BLOG syntax highlighting for sublime (created by: Lei Li)
- BLOG syntax highlighting for VIM: blog.vim (created by Bharath Ramsundar)
- BLOG syntax highlighting for Emacs: blog.el (created by: Wei Wang)
BLOG system is released under the BSD license:
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The BLOG system also includes several pieces of third-party software: A modified version of the CUP v0.11b parser generator; a modified version of the JFLex 1.6.0 lexical analyzer generator; the JAMA 1.0.3 matrix package; the JUnit 4.10 unit testing framework; and Google Json library. These third-party packages have their own open-source licenses.