Some progress on a structure editor for my natural language (business) logic programming environment. I'm actually building a structure editor generator so vast majority of the work has gone towards that rather than implementing language features. "type checking" for the function/predicate "self/this/it" argument is not implemented yet on the video, so the editor allows calling the functions in wrong places.
This is very cool, @Jarno Montonen. Is there any possibility I could use this as a replacement for Blockly in a future version of Blawx? Is there a repo I can check out?
11/28/2022, 4:54 PM
Thanks! It's not open source atm and I don't necessarily plan to open source the generator. I think I might have better chances of generating revenue soonish by creating structure editors for others, than from the logic programming system itself. Which will be a bunch of work on top of all this. So I'm hoping I could monetize the generator and increase the chances that I will one day get rest of the system production ready.. But I am certainly interested in any paid opportunities for structure editor work or for licensing the generator. I have seen some of your demos and it certainly looks like what I've build could be a good match 🙂
I would also be interested on collaborating with a project that has some plan for revenue, for a potential revenue share in the future
or even just a plan for funding.. 🙂
11/28/2022, 5:14 PM
I will keep that in mind. For what it's worth, it might be a give the razor away for free, make your money on the blades sort of situation, I don't know. I don't know for my own project, either. But keep it up. I'm interested to see where it goes from here.