Here is another blog-post about the IDE for visual programming in prolog that I’m making: Praxis
This time I’m talking about how rules are formulated, and how the visual syntax works.
Right now I’m using Tau-Prolog for running Prolog in the browser, but if anyone should be able to make a nice, stable WASM-package of SWI-Prolog, I would be very very interested -would love to start playing with ways of formulating constraints in a visual way!
It will probably happen pretty soon, though sadly I’m not competent to even try making one myself
Yes, there is a comment-shape, that you can use to add descriptive text in. Presently, they just lie around without being connected to any other shape. I just had an idea, though - i wanted to avoid a unnecessary number of connections, since I would find it a bit distracting with an extra visible connection for something that is just a comment -but; I think i could make it so that the content shape Can have a connection to another shape, but this connection will only be visible when you are hovering the mouse nearby.
Having a connection to the comment shape would make it possible to also put the comment in the correct place, in the generated Prolog code, which can of course be interesting
Den tis 28 juni 2022 14:03Mostowski Collapse via SWI-Prolog <firstname.lastname@example.org> skrev: