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README.md

Piet Creator

Build Status

Piet Creator is a cross platform GUI IDE for the Piet esoteric programming language. It includes a graphical editor, embedded interpreter, and integrated debugger.

"Piet is a programming language in which programs look like abstract paintings. The language is named after Piet Mondrian, who pioneered the field of geometric abstract art. " - David Morgan-Mar. dmm@dangermouse.net (Piet Author)

Piet Creator's primary author is Casey Link unnamedrambler@gmail.com.

The interpreter backend is provided by npiet, a piet interpreter written in C by Erik Schoenfelder.

piet, the language: http://www.dangermouse.net/esoteric/piet.html npiet: http://www.bertnase.de/npiet/

Piet Creator is licensed under the GPL v3, and is written in C++ with Qt.

Piet the esoteric programming language was created by David Morgan-Mar dmm@dangermouse.net, and is copyright by him.

Compiling / Running

Prerequisites for Linux/Mac OS X/Windows:

Piet Creator uses the cmake build system, which is supported on all major operating systems.

On Linux/Mac OS X

From the source directory: $ mkdir build $ cd build $ cmake ../ # This will attempt and find all the dependencies $ make $ ./pietcreator

On Windows (With VS 2008)

Create the build directory as shown above Run the same cmake command "cmake ../" or "cmake path_to_sources" Open the resulting .sln in Visual Studio Execute the pietcreator.exe binary in Debug/

On Windows (With mingw)

Unknown. Anyone care to contribute? You will need the Qt SDK for windows that includes mingw from: http://qt.nokia.com/downloads/sdk-windows-cpp