Delight: D with Python syntax
Ever wondered what D would be like if its syntax was inspired by Python instead of C? I had to find out, and the result is Delight.
I find the code easier to read without all the extra braces and parenthesis. Delight inherits all the D goodness: classes, interfaces, templates, exceptions, dynamic bounds-checked arrays, etc. Compared to Python, you get speed and static type checking.
I couldn't resist throwing in a few random changes of my own: built-in logging and a modified type system that checks for null pointers statically. I also removed all global state (static variables), and various other things I don't approve of.
All highly experimental, of course. Get it while it's hot...