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Designed at the University of California at Berkeley, Sather is an object-oriented programming language.

The language originated around 1990, after being developed by a team led by Omohundro. It was strongly influenced by Eiffel, which inspired its being named for a bell tower on the Berkeley campus. Sather was also influenced by CLU, Common Lisp, and Scheme.

The original implementation, released in 1995, is no longer maintained. It has been adopted by the Free Software Foundation, and is now known as GNU Sather, and is dual licensed under the General Public License (GPL) and the Lesser General Public License (LGPL). However, as of this writing, the last stable GNU version was released in 2007.

Other implementations include Sather-K (University of Karlsruhe), Sather-W (University of Waikato), ICSI Sather and pSather.

The focus of this category is on the programming language known as Sather. The language or any of its implementations or compilers are appropriate for this category, along with any editors or tools designed to facilitate programming in Sather. User groups, forums, tutorials, or guides may also be listed here.

 

 

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