RE: [-empyre-] leander seige - tdfsb
>> Fabulous idea... have you seen http://www.3dwm.org yet? By the way I got a
>> 403 on the above url.
>sorry, i mistyped the url, here is the correct one:
That is some nice stuff... I cant wait to check out the code... i want to
implement a floating shell prompt... like a billboard vrml node.
>> They are working toward a 3d desktop environment.
>i heard of that project (and some other ones)
>> >on the other hand tdfsb is a program that visualizes computer-
>> >inherent structures. the strcuture used here (the filesystem)
>> it would be interesting to model programming paradigms such as loops,
>> trees, or spirals for example.
>yes, there are a lot of 'hidden structures' and it could be interesting
>to visualize them ... but what is the purpose of doing that - beside
>the structures themself ?
For those that will come after us... they could potentially be very useful.
Imagine a self taught programmer teaching himself from the internet and
discovering visual aids like that.
>> >inherent structures; e.g. library functions, data types...
>> Everyday I sit and watch the data flow by like a river in a canyon,
>> sometimes I toss in a rock or two and watch the beautiful
>> concentric ripples expand, and other times I go fishing.
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Everyday I sit and watch the data flow by like a river in a canyon,
sometimes I toss in a rock or two and watch the beautiful
concentric ripples expand, and other times I go fishing.
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