View Full Version : [all variants] Interpreted Desktop Environment?

October 19th, 2009, 08:31 PM
Hey Everyone,

This may be a bit of a random question, but does anybody know if there's any Desktop Environment besides Sugar that's interpreted instead of compiled?

I like the concept of instantly editable/debug-able programs, as well as instantly available source code (opposed to it being downloadable separately) like in sugar. So I was wondering if there's any standard Desktop Environment (like GNOME, KDE, Xfce, IceWM) that works on the same principle (is interpreted instead of compiled), but is useful for standard computing needs (opposed to sugar, which is designed specifically for children).

Also, since I'm already asking about interpreted programs, are there interpreted equivalents to common desktop programs (web browsers, office, email, etc.)?

Thanks for the info :)