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.

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


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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