Gnymph is a visual, object-oriented, general purpose dataflow programming language that runs under Linux.
Version: 0.1Gnymph is a visual, object-oriented, general purpose dataflow programming language that runs under Linux. Users can edit a set of diagrams to describe their program, step through the diagrams to trace program execution and remove any bugs, then compile those diagrams to C source. It reduces development time, improves documentation, and puts tools for the collaborative creation of software into the hands of visually-oriented end users.
Operating System: Linux
Caveat: This is very much pre-alpha software. It can immediately be useful for making dataflow diagrams and visualizing program structure, however, its current status as a compiler only shows where I'm going. There is also a great deal of unorganized and unedited documentation for the source; it's not included with this release because I have to first remove the self-contradictory parts.
Gnymph project is released under GPL version 2.
To start Gnymph:
download the tarball here
decompress: tar -xjf gnymph_20070115.tar.bz2 && cd gnymph
build: make depend && make
exit Gnymph: Escape
large class hierarchy: ./gnymph Example -- Gnymph in Gnymph
Building Gnymph requires that the development files for gtk2 have been installed.