Andreas Klostermann is working on a concept for a new type of scripting language for Blender. From what I’ve seen so far it has the potential to make scripting more easily accessible for artists. What do you think? Blender Vraag is a Python library for more elegant or easy scripting in Blender.
location pc C:\Program Files\Blender Foundation\Blender\2.80\scripts\addons
14 Oct 2007 0.4 version released 21 Aug 2006: 0.3 version released 14 Apr 2006: 0.2 version released 18 Nov 2003: First 0.1 package was missing scripts directory, uploaded a quick fix (hopefully not too many people got that broken version). 15 Nov 2003: PyLogo first announced.
some samples of online Logo programming:
Logo programs are usually collections of small procedures. Generally, procedures are defined by writing them in a text editor. The special word to is followed by the name of the procedure. Subsequent lines form the procedure definition. The word end signals that you’re finished.
Turtle Blocks is an activity with a Logo-inspired graphical “turtle” that draws colorful art based on snap-together visual programming elements. Its “low floor” provides an easy entry point for beginners. It also has “high ceiling” programming, graphics, mathematics, and Computer Science features which will challenge the more adventurous student.
grundbogen til LOGOs TURTLE 🙂
Source: Turtle Geometry | The MIT Press