[IAEP] Sugarized binaries? was Re: users doing python in XOs
yamaplos at gmail.com
Mon Dec 3 12:50:21 EST 2012
You are right, Bert, sorry, got carried away. The main point was not
compiled vs. interpreted, that was just a point of theology.
The main point for me :-) is
1) stuff that currently lives as RPMs be usable by Uruguayan XO users,
who are no allowed /sudo/
I hoped some kind of Sugarization or wrapper or something could do it
msp430-libc and dependencies, and mspdebug
2) one of those binaries, mspdebug, also currently needs to be run as sudo
again, maybe there was a way to do it without.
I really don't have the skills or knowledge. Also, due to Uruguay going
to Classmates for Middle School onwards, this sort of becomes a moot point.
On 12/03/2012 11:23 AM, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> On 2012-12-03, at 18:08, Yama Ploskonka <yamaplos at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The main point
> The main point is that you can write Sugar activities in any language that suits you, as long as it can connect to D-Bus and provide an X11 interface.
> "Sugarizing" means implementing the interfaces Sugar expects - adding some window properties so Sugar can find your window, loading state from / saving to the Journal, sharing on the network. It's not that much, really, and it is described here:
> In Python, there are already libraries that help you with these tasks (called the Sugar toolkit). When using another language, you have to do that on your own, and the best way to do it of course depends on your application. But it's entirely feasible, as the fact demonstrates that there are non-Python activities shipping on XOs.
> - Bert -
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