Hi all! New here....
I haven't ordered my raspi yet but will do so in the coming months (kinda waiting for full availability and maybe for the encased version...)
On my home PC, I like to play around with BASIC-256 (http://www.basic256.org). This is a very nice and simple Basic dialect (used to be called Kid's Basic...)
It runs in a single Qt-based windows with 3 subwindows: code, text output & graphical output. It also comes with a raft of small introductory programs and a PDF book can be had at http://www.basicbook.org/
I saw that is is available in Debian Wheezy (in fact I saw something about it being in raspbian as well...).
Granted, is just a Basic dialect, so no object oriented stuff and so on but I wonder if anybody already gave it a try on Raspberry and what the performance is there....
So, anyone tried it?