Verum Dezyne Release 2.16

Verum is happy to announce Dezyne release 2.16 which introduces the defer keyword: a new language concept for implementing an asynchronous interface. With defer, the basic semantics of the Dezyne programming language are complete.

Defer replaces dzn.async ports feature that cannot be used in systems collateral blocking. The use of dzn.async ports is now deprecated.

Check the documentation for further explanation and examples. Also new in this release: Clean-ups to the code generators and model to model transformations.

Check the details of this release on our forum page: Verum Dezyne 2.16 release notes:

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