[OS X TeX] Programming literature: "Hilbert Curves"

Doug McKenna doug at mathemaesthetics.com
Tue Jun 25 19:48:45 CEST 2019

Phil Taylor wrote -

>| An interesting and innovative approach, Doug, but
>| do you have plans to develop it for other platforms
>| (Windows, Android, whatever).  I have no  Apple
>| devices, nor have I any interest in the same, but I
>| am interested  in your work and would be interested
>| in trying it (even paying for it !)  if it were
>| available for platforms in which I have some interest.

I would love to get it all working on other platforms (including paper, except that for my particular subject, that medium is really third-rate).  One step at a time, though.  Otherwise, my head might explode. :-)

I understand that lots of TeX folk eschew Apple.  And many don't.  It is what it is.

My expertise is in the Apple world, whose Core Graphics drawing model is very PostScript-like and whose technology making deep zooms into resolution-independent graphics I understand better.  I'm not sure to what degree I can do what I'm doing (the graphics part) easily on other platforms, based on various attempts to read up on their graphics drawing models.

The TeX language interpreter part, on the other hand, should be a cinch to port.

Doug McKenna
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