__/ [D.M. Procida] on Tuesday 30 August 2005 11:08 \__
> A client wants to revisit the work she did for her doctorate some years
> ago, in which she created a Logo interpreter for non-Euclidean
> geometries (see what cool clients we have at Apple Juice?). So, she
> wants advice on a suitable programming language/environment for that
> Any suggestions?
We would need some more details and background, I suspect. What are the
target platforms? Who are the clients? What about budget?
I'd personally recommend Java not just because it is inter-operable, but
also because it has nice and easy handling of object rendering, e.g. lines,
ellipses. Re-use is definitely importantand I am sure there are libraries
lying around that would be trivial to understand and incorporate.
Roy S. Schestowitz Useless fact: Falsity implies anything