[ANN]: Open Quark Framework for Java, version 1.6.1 released

Version 1.6.1 of the Open Quark Framework for Java has been released.

Open Quark is a BSD-licensed lazy functional runtime for Java, with a native language called CAL.
The motivation for Open Quark is to allow embedding of lazy functional logic within Java applications, including full functional metaprogramming (under Java control) if required. The framework also allows standalone CAL applications to be created.

This release is notable for its inclusion of libraries for parallel programming (the prior version, 1.6.0, having experimental support for this, but without library support).

The full release notes for this release can be found here.

Downloads are available on the main Open Quark site.

Feedback and other contributions to the project are very welcome. Please visit our discussion forum.