[Sugar-devel] GSoC Sugarize KDEEdu activity
bert at freudenbergs.de
Tue Mar 24 17:54:11 EDT 2009
On 24.03.2009, at 21:48, Huda Sammour wrote:
> from the project description at
> I realized that I should use GTK, is there any thing wrong?
I don't know who wrote up that idea. I'd find it much more useful to
make Qt apps work nicely in Sugar, rather than having to recode each
> Another thing, you said
> < to adapt an application to run in Sugar>
> you intend the word adapt, or you intend build new one ?
If you intend to write a new activity in Python, then GTK is the
obvious choice, because there is a toolkit supporting that development
style. Otherwise you can choose freely - as long as your preferred
programming environment supports X11 and can talk to DBus, you can
create Sugar activities in it:
- Bert -
> On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 1:47 PM, Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de
> > wrote:
> On 24.03.2009, at 06:16, Huda Sammour wrote:
>> hi all,
>> I wnat to apply for Sugarize KDEEdu activity project. I am planning
>> to write a proposal for it, but I need some confirmations.
>> does Sugarize an activity mean to develop an application fro OLPC
>> with sugar standards?
> It means to adapt an application to run in Sugar, yes. The OLPC XO
> is one machine that runs Sugar, but there are others, too. You can
> use Sugar on any PC.
>> If so, what activity is the prefered one or that is on developer
> The main target group for Sugar are elementary-school children.
>> To develop this application, I will use GTK, must I install it and
>> develop on Sugar?
> Why would you use want to use GTK for Qt programs? That does not
> make any sense.
> - Bert -
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