Leo<--GUI interactive prompt with non-text output
tchur at optushome.com.au
Sat Jun 21 22:47:24 CEST 2003
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On Behalf Of Tim Churches
> It was Knuth who introduced the term "literate
> programming" I think but it seems to have really taken hold with
> statisticians and mathematicians - there is a list of tools to
> investigate here: http://shelob.ce.ttu.edu/daves/lpfaq/faq.html
...which will lead you to Leo, the literate programming environment for
Python, written in Python using Tk/Tcl. Leo even supports plug-ins as a
means of extending its functionality. Phew, we got to the right answer
in the eventually.
Now to investigate Leo myself.
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