Quiche is a dynamically typed (untyped for the PL purists out there) language built around anonymous functions and objects. It is part of a larger product to create a programming environment that is easy to use on a touchscreen device.
To compile a Quiche program, first ensure that d8 is in your $PATH. Then run
This will produce a binary in the same directory as the source file if compilation is
successful. Additional arguments will be passed directly to gcc. This is necessary for
compiling code that depends on C libraries such as SDL or Freetype. For instance, to
compile the ui sample you might do:
PATH_TO_QUICHE/compile PATH_TO_QUICHE/samples/ui.tp `pkg-config --cflags --libs sdl2 freetype2`