[clug] Updated version of VICI

Brenton Ross rossb at fwi.net.au
Sat May 5 07:17:50 UTC 2018

On Sat, 2018-05-05 at 16:33 +1000, Bryan Kilgallin via linux wrote:

> Brenton:
>  > Its target market is the novice user - exactly the people
>  > that are unable to help develop the program.
> Is this where VICI fits in?
> {There are several applications and visual programming languages[21] 
> that use flowcharts to represent and execute programs. Generally these 
> are used as teaching tools for beginner students. Examples include 
> Flowgorithm, Raptor. LARP, Visual Logic, and VisiRule.}
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flowchart#Diagramming
> -- 
> members.iinet.net.au/~kilgallin/

Sort of.
Almost all visual languages use the graphical interface to create a
single program - the graphical equivalent of programming in Python or
Typically the objects in their flow charts (or whatever they use) are
functions or other programming objects that exist within the program.

The difference with VICI is that it uses existing programs - such as you
do with a bash script.


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