if x = y = z thenAnother nice thing to have is that the compiler will generate a warning by default for this code. Something like:
# TODO : implement this
file.hyp:3:2: warning: TODO: implement thisThe compiler will actually notice 'TODO' or 'FIXME' in comments and generate warnings for them. In my opinion warnings provide useful information so they are enabled by default. But you can turn them off individually if you like with a commandline switch like "-W-no-todo".
As you can see the compiler still isn't at version 0.4.0 yet. Well, I have chosen for a different approach. I will keep releasing the front end of the compiler as I am doing now, and I will develop a version of the compiler with LLVM back end in parallel. The version 0.4.0 will be given to a release that marks an important event for the front end; maybe when I am ready to start the implementation of more advanced things like inheritance. I do not plan to release the version-with-back-end to the website soon because it will be completely unusable until some time in the future. And if no one cares anyway, then why bother releasing it?