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Blech is a synchronous programming language for embedded, reactive, realtime-critical software. It allows writing reactive subprograms and combining them both sequentially and concurrently.
Blech compiles to clean C, which may be integrated into existing projects or simulation frameworks.
The name Blech ironically describes embedded hardware. It expresses that Blech programs can run directly on the Blech of pretty much any embedded device.
Read our introductory blog post to learn more on the purpose of Blech .
We do a Pull Request contributions workflow on GitHub. New contributors are always welcome!
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Blech started at Bosch Research and now evolves as a community-driven open-source project .
The initial website is still accessible.