Wondering about LC and HTML5
andre at andregarzia.com
Mon Jun 20 21:25:28 CDT 2011
I tried that but I couldn't build the language tree parser, so I started
coding from the other point, assuming there would be a parser, I started
done but when I lost my HD I lost basically everything. Both my main machine
and my backup fried at the same time, so, it was lost but it is not hard to
I have a new project now (I still call it revImpossible) but instead of
focusing on translating LC to JS, I am focusing more on the workflow and
helpers and eventually I will get to the translating part.
On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 10:45 PM, Chipp Walters <chipp at chipp.com> wrote:
> Well, I talked with Chris. He said he remembers years ago someone built or
> started to build a language tree parser for Rev so they could transcode
> Transcript to another language. Once a Transcript language parser is
> created, you can move it to other languages-- or so the theory goes.
> Chris imagined it would take a couple weeks to do such a thing, assuming
> all tokens were supported, just the main stuff. Of course, language
> conversion is only a small part of the problem. I'm thinking one would want
> DropTools, so they match exactly the look/feel/size of the real thing. Then
> each would have a custom inspector which set the properties and methods.
> And there needs to be some sort of MVC framework put in place (libraries?).
> Still, according to Chris, he believes a lot of what you need to do can all
> can imagine a proof of concept HyperCard like demonstration, with different
> gui widgets and some biz logic, all running local.
> It is food for thought...
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