I created this section in order to provide a comprehensive base of Eiffel related resources.
Eiffel is a pure object-oriented language created more than 13 years ago by Bertrand Meyer. It is simple, but it fully supports multiple inheritance (no pitfalls as in C++), DBC (Design By Contract) with pre- and postconditions, other forms of assertions (class invariant and check instruction) and many more...
The Eiffel Struggle '99
The results of The Eiffel Struggle '99 were published on 23-Dec-1999. Have a look at the results page on Eiffel-Liberty. The winners are Robert Switzer & et al with their Corba Implementation mico/E and Jean-Marc Jezequel with his Design Patterns with Contracts's code! Congratulations to all the winners and all contestants for their hard work. Again this competition was a great success!
The Eiffel Struggle '98
The results of The Eiffel Struggle '98 were published on 15-Dec-1998. Have a look at the results page on Eiffel-Liberty. The winner is Franck Arnaud with his Fenestra library! Congratulations to Franck and all contestants for making this competition a great success!
Eiffel Forum Badge appeal
Voting started on 01-Aug-98 and ended on 31-Aug-98!
Thanks to all voters making this appeal a success and hopefully the beginning of a uniform appearance of all Eiffel related resources!
Eiffel Liberty features the most up-to-date page for news about Eiffel.
If you are looking for books about Eiffel refer to this page.
This page contains links to Eiffel related resources like Eiffel compilers, other Eiffel pages, Eiffel news and the Eiffel FAQ.