Subject: Re: graphics in scheme
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: 2000/03/31
Newsgroups: comp.lang.scheme
Message-ID: <8c13gd$q85dr$>
christophe Rocha <> wrote:
| Where can I find tutorials about using graphics in scheme?
| Especially on DrScheme and Edscheme

You might want to start by looking at Will Ware's NanoCAD molecular
modelling system <URL:>
which runs on top of MrEd (which is the editor-cum-graphics package
underneath DrScheme). It's fairly simple & readable code, yet contains
some really cool stuff, such as click-and-drag "3-D" rotation of organic

[An early version of NCAD was distributed in earlier PLT distributions,
in, for example, "plt.49/mred/demo/", but it was later dropped
from the PLT bits...]

You might also look at an unpacked PLT v.101 distribution tree at
"plt/collects/graphics/TREADME" for turtle graphics,


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