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SOMETHINGit: A Prototyping Library for Live and Sound Improvisation

By Tomohiro Oda, Kumiyo Nakakoji and Yasuhiro Yamamoto


Abstract—Live programming can be considered an interaction with incomplete code. Dynamic languages embrace the similar style of programming, such as pair programming and prototyping in a review session. Static languages require a certain degree of completeness of code, such as type safety and namespace resolution. SOMETHINGit is a Smalltalk library that combines dynamic Smalltalk and static Haskell and VDM-SL. SOMETHINGit enables programmers to write incomplete but yet partially mathematically sound programs by five levels of bridging mechanisms

Topics: Index Terms—Live Programming, Prototyping, Smalltalk, Sketch
Year: 2013
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