[Sugar-devel] Several chapters of "Make Your Own Sugar Activities!" ready for review, feedback
nicestep at gmail.com
Wed Jan 6 11:01:36 EST 2010
I don't have a Mac. My brother has one but lives in another state. I
know the latest Macs run a kind of Unix on Intel chips, but can they
run sugar-jhbuild? Or do you run Sugar in a VM of some kind? If you
browse through my chapters you'll see my way of doing things and maybe
you can give some insight into how you'd do it differently.
I'm interested in Mac developers because Caryl Bigenho had emailed me
saying she looked forward to learning how to write Sugar Activities
from the book. If she actually tried to learn from the book that
would be the best test I could ask for, but I understand that she's a
On Tue, Jan 5, 2010 at 9:05 PM, Gary C Martin <gary at garycmartin.com> wrote:
> Hi James,
>> * Developing Activities on a Mac
> I'll try to help here, though I'm not sure how 'Developing Activities on a Mac' really differs from any other platform, though I'm sure I have a few shiny reality distortion platform habits of choice that may be of use to others ;-)
>> * Creating an Activity using PyGame instead of PyGTK.
> Maybe can help here as well, Physics originally is a PyGame (and others) construct, though I'm not convinced how elegant the code really is. Wade has been working on sugargame as an improved over the original olpcgame sugarising effort, so would be good to focus on that, I think (see Physics git rep and Wade's clone I hope to merge moving forward).
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