|Programming enviroments firstname.lastname@example.orgStevenson) (1987-07-16)|
|From:||email@example.com (Steve (D.E.) Stevenson)|
|Date:||16 Jul 87 12:36:39 GMT|
|Organization:||Clemson University, Clemson, SC|
In article <617@ima.ISC.COM>, writes:
> In article <609@ima.ISC.COM> firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Vegdahl) writes:
> > * A good programming environment is becoming increasingly recognized
> > as a fundamental piece of a language implemenation.
> ... but environments are a deep dark morass.
We're working on a hypercube language here and a major consideration is some
sort of environment to design in. In particular, the necessity for scientific
programmers to have a virtual view of the entire system as well a nodal view
is real complication.
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