To help understand Dogelog, we made a little Q&A.
Here are the results:
Q: What does it mean that Dogelog was produced
by a cross compiler?
a great part was written in Prolog and then cross
Q: Can Dogelog be run without Android?
A: Yes, since the result after cross compilation
Q: Can Dogelog be run without internet connection?
A: Yes, the compilation has only generated client
is loaded, you can run it without a connection.
Q: Can Dogelog be run without a Browser?
A: Yes, its also possible to run Dogelog from within
node.js for example, which is headless.
Q; Can Dogelog be run from within a smartphone?
you can also run it on a small device as a smartphone.
Q: Can a smartphone use be demonstrated?
A: Yes we have updated the link http://www.dogelog.ch/
that it does automatic zooming, by adding these lines:
font-family: verdana, sans-serif;
Here is a screenshot, even an offline use, where the
internet connection was cut off after Dogelog was loaded:
Q: Can a tablet use be demonstrated?
A: Yes the same link http://www.dogelog.ch/
for tablets. Strangely the same Chrome browser has better
rendering on a Huawei tablet than on Smasung smartphone.
But this is an issue of HTML/CSS and not of Dogelog:
Q; For further questions about Dogelog, where should I go?
A: Documentation about Dogelog will soon be out, tickets
with bug reports or feature requests can be opened on GitHub at:
Mostowski Collapse schrieb:
> Dear All,
> Currently swallows errors silently. Everything written
> in Prolog itself, read/1, consult/1, etc.. and then cross
> compile itself. But it has a text field and can add the
> clauses in the text field and execute the directives in the
> text field, and it has write/1 and nl/0 into the HTML document.
> More care for the good boy upcoming.
> Have Fun!
> Jan Burse, 24.05.2021 #StaySafe