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|Average time to close an issue||13 days|
|Average time to merge a PR||4 days|
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|Closed pull requests||17+|
|Last commit||over 4 years ago|
|Repo Created||over 11 years ago|
|Repo Last Updated||over 2 years ago|
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rock is an ooc compiler written in ooc - in other words, it's where things begin to become really exciting.
it has been bootstrapping since April 22, 2010 under Gentoo, Ubuntu, Arch Linux, Win32, OSX...
You need the following packages when building rock:
gmake, depending on your operating system)
make rescue and you're good.
make rescue downloads a set of C sources, compiles them, uses them to compile your copy of rock,
and then uses that copy to recompile itself
Then you'll have a 'rock' executable in bin/rock. Add it to your PATH, symlink it, copy it, just make sure it can find the SDK!
To switch to the most recent git, read ReleaseToGit
rock is distributed under the MIT license, see
LICENSE for details.
Boehm GC sources are vendored, it is distributed under an X11/MIT-like license,
libs/sources/LICENSE for details.