Leo + Python: the ultimate scripting tool: Conclusion

Mark Hahn mark at hahnca.com
Sun Nov 9 05:09:30 CET 2003


This may be a really off-the-wall question, but how different would Leo be
if the outline were just directories and text files?  Would it be a set of
file utilities and a kind of super-editor?

It seems to me that a lot of  Leo features can be found in standard
directories and files.

"Edward K. Ream" <edreamleo at charter.net> wrote in message
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> Conclusion
>
> All the power of Leo derives directly from the power, flexibility and
> dynamism of Python.  But making structure explicit as Leo outlines do adds
> an important new dimension, literally and figuratively, to Python.
> Moreover, Leo's Find/Change dialog creates a new environment from which to
> run Python scripts. At long last the full power of the unification of code
> and data is becoming apparent.
>
> Edward
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> Leo: Literate Editor with Outlines
> Leo: http://webpages.charter.net/edreamleo/front.html
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