LQPL - A Linear Quantum Programming Language
LQPL version 0.9.1 is now available
Main changes in this release
Various bug fixes, removal of dependency on Java forms.
Main changes in release 0.9.0
- Modularization of the Compiler / Emulator / Front End.
- Removal of dependency on Alex and Happy for the Compiler(Moved to Parsec). The assembler in the emulator still requires Alex and Happy
- Removal of dependency on Gtk2Hs for the front end - moved to a JRuby/Java/Swing based interface.
- Addition of a dependency upon hspec for tests in the Haskell portions of the code
- New build system, Rake - builds the front end and controls the Haskell build which uses CABAL.
- Migration to BitBucket, a publicly available source code hosting site, together with an issue tracker and wiki.
LQPL is available at BitBucket in a public git repository.
Source code(Haskell, JRuby): lqpl-server-0.9.1-source.tgz.
Mac / Apple executable and DMG installer
Linux and Windows Executables
lqpl-0.9.1-bin-x86_64-linux.tgz - Untar this to a directory of your choice, change to that directory and type: java -jar lqpl_gui.jar. This binary has been build on an Ubuntu system - and we have noted it does not work on the current Fedora 17 build. The LQPL wiki has instructions for building on Fedora 17.
Windows binary still remains to be done.
User documentation is in progress. A first version is included with the download and
available separately: lqplManual.pdf
Additionally, you can look at my
2007 Masters thesis
titled "Programming with a Quantum Stack": pdf 190 pages, 1M.
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Last modified: 2013-11-14