[swift-evolution] WYSIWYG Swift

Riley Avron ravron at dropbox.com
Mon Dec 14 18:40:12 CST 2015

It seems to me that playgrounds are intended to fulfill this role. Even if
I misunderstand, and they aren't the tool for what you suggest, this
functionality would probably be best built outside the language and Stdlib


On 14 December 2015 at 15:29, Amir Michail via swift-evolution <
swift-evolution at swift.org> wrote:

> The idea is to have a WYSIWYG view of your source code that makes use of
> standard and custom visualizations and editors to allow you to see and
> interact with data in a nicer way.
> For example, for a game, you might build a custom level editor extension
> to Swift that allows you to code your levels in a nicer WYSIWYG view that
> is less prone to errors and generally nicer to deal with. Maybe you could
> even play your game in this view thus blurring the distinction between
> coding and execution.
> P.S. Google “intentional programming”.
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