[Sugar-devel] acti-plications: write once, run anywhere?

Sascha Silbe sascha-ml-reply-to-2011-1 at silbe.org
Fri Jan 21 05:53:12 EST 2011

Excerpts from Erik Blankinship's message of Tue Jan 18 18:41:38 +0100 2011:

> On a dual-boot XO, does it make sense to use the same binary code for sugar
> activities also in gnome applications?  If so, are there guidelines or
> example acti-plications?

In addition to the examples mentioned by others already, I'd like to
point out that Turtle Blocks can run outside of Sugar ("in Gnome"), too.
I haven't tried it myself, so I don't know how well it's integrated with
Gnome, but people (non-Sugar users AFAIK) seem to like it.

You can examine the Turtle Blocks source code by opening the activity
and choosing "View Source" from the activity palette in the Frame
(shortcut key Alt+Shift+V, or Fn-Space on an XO).


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