At Lambda the Ultimate, Sean McDirmid points to the intriguing paper Twenty Reasons You Should User Boxer (Instead of Logo), by Andrea di Sessa (co-author of Turtle Geometry). What happened to Boxer? Is it available to try out? The Boxer website appears inactive, and only lists a Macintosh version. How hard is it to simulate a Mac on current hardware?
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The closest thing to Boxer that's actively developed -- at least of which I'm aware -- is Scheme Bricks.
Actually, Boxer's larger goals are probably best represented by Scratch, but the "boxes within boxes" notation reminded me of Bricks.Post a Comment