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Guido van Robot

Guido van Robot, or GvR for short, is a minimalistic programming language that provides just enough syntax to help students learn the concepts of sequencing, conditional branching, looping, and procedural abstraction. Its biggest strength is that it permits this learning in an environment that combines the thrill of problem-solving with instant visual feedback.

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  •  06 Jan 2009 13:29

    Release Notes: A bug which lead to a crash in the worldbuilder was fixed.

    •  18 Dec 2008 10:03

      Release Notes: GvR now uses GTK+ and a one window layout. There were major improvements and bugfixes.

      •  02 Jul 2006 11:00

        Release Notes: Display problems when resizing the world builder were fixed.

        •  10 Jun 2006 21:55

          Release Notes: The file chooser dialog was rewritten to fix a bug which leads to a crash when trying to save a file to a non-existing file path.

          •  08 May 2006 17:25

            Release Notes: The frontend was completely rewritten and is now based on GTK. A lot of extra functionality was added, like keyboard shortcuts for the editors, pretty printing of the world and program files, and a fully integrated worldbuilder.

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