October 13, 2020 Tips & Warnings
these Downloads are at the PROTOTYPE level of use:
Mathematics support is typical to what you find up to Junior level in High School (Grade 11).
No support right now for Permutations, Combinations, Statistics, Calculus and above.
forGL has only a limited single line Edit field; enough to start a Verb with a few values.
You will need to use a text editor in addition before starting forGL.
Edit the changes you want in the Dictionary file with the text editor of your choice.
(on Windows, Randy uses Notepad++ as editor)
SAVE Your Changes .
Run forGL with your Dictionary.
Pick forGL options and Run and see the output.
If more changes needed go back up to [Again] and do another round.
This page has downloads for those who only want to use forGL and not build forGL.
To build forGL please see the github archive.
To use forGL you may try the Java or Python builds. DISABLED until forGL gets a GUI via HaxeUI library.
Right now the Browser build here is to support those wishing to Debug and fix the Browser interfaces.
Important Windows Note:
If you want to use the Java or Python applications you also need to get
The version of ansicon.exe I use can be found at:
click on the link labeled :
Easier to download both DLL files and ansicon.exe and put them in same directory you created.
and set the Windows text Code Page to UTF8
Testing was done on Windows 7 and 10.
Not sure about how good is Windows support for UTF8 on older versions of Windows.
forGL on Browsers
It is available here for those who wish to Debug and give feedback on GitHub.