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Date: 2007-10-31 (15:11)
From: Lars Nilsson <chamaeleon@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Idea for an open-source project
On 10/31/07, David Teller <> wrote:
>  Let me detail the idea a bit more. The IDE looks like a vector-drawing
> program, with a number of building blocks available for use in the
> toolbar. Each block is actually either one function or one control flow
> statement. Blocks may have holes on the top (one for each argument), on
> the bottom (one for each return value) or in the inside (one for each
> other block it may contain). Each hole has a name, which is often not
> displayed. Holes may then be connected with lines to specify
> composition, as long as types do match.

Sounds to me like you're looking for something vaguely similar to
Jackson Structured Programming.

Lars Nilsson