Lever is a language clever, pour a bever- age and review. Code shall ensue. This I tell you true. Lever Python is not. Lever is a language hot. Here is what with it you can do. You can a tasty beverage brew. You can color the sky a new shade of blue. Lever has Python-isms. It is similar concepts through new prisms. But there are no schisms. Like Ruby and Perl, boy and girl, the two languages are friends, though it depends. Here is Lever's setup, no need to get up, relax and review. Details are here for you. Prepare for fun under the Finnish sun, because of documentation there is a ton.
The documentation is here for you. Well, at least it will be.
It's all stubs that were autogenerated from a Lever runtime. It'll take a while that I get this all together and write a proper documentation for everything.
Some of the docs that should be here are in the repository (they are the '.text' files). They will be moved here once I get to do it.
Please note that the latest documentation is the latest documentation. This is what you get if you compile from the repository. The 0.8.0 is really old release by now, and it didn't have online documentation.
For questions and for hanging out we have a gitter chat room.
|100. quick intro||Introduction to the ideas behind Lever. With examples and illustrations.|
|980. performance||Lever needs to perform to occupy a niche of VR programming. Failure to perform fast is a failure of the language.|
|999. good code||Good coding practices and tips that apply on Lever. Short page but extended over time. Learn to write dynamically typed code that is safer, more maintainable and more reliable than most statically typed code.|
|base||A base module that is extended into a main module by default. Not completely documented.|
|doctools||Describes how the documentation tools work in Lever. Not complete or comprehensive description.|