GDL: Taking It Further

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series GDL Gnu Data Language

Quick Reference

Good PDF introduction to the GDL language.

Libraries
Hunting around the web there are people producing extra libraries which can be downloaded :

Find more here

Any .pro files downloaded from the internet can be copied to the GDL directory at:

sudo cp *.pro /usr/share/doc/gnudatalanguage/examples/pro/

Then used within your own .pro files.

Potentially Interesting Stuff

Volunteers?

In the spirit of Gnu it would be good to have someone create an XText implementation for the Eclipse IDE. A cross-platform libre IDE for GDL would be nice, so that editing, syntax highlighting, compilation, running etc could all be done within one (Eclipse) environment.

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