[sugar] Problem with Activity Development
Tue Jul 8 15:32:58 EDT 2008
How about this:
for activity.info have it exec a shell script:
name = YourSweetApp
bundle_id = org.laptop.Sweet
service_name = org.laptop.Sweet
exec = ./sweet_startup.sh ***
icon = sweet-icon
activity_version = 7
mime_types = text/plain
show_launcher = yes ***
don't print the ***, they are to note the relevant lines! Also you
need to remove the 'class...' line.
Then, in the root folder of your app put a shell script (with the
right permissions to let it execute) with the following:
sugar-activity EducationalToolkitActivity.STARTUPCLASS -s $@
I don't know if this will work, but its worth a shot.
On Mon, Jul 7, 2008 at 11:47 PM, Asheesh Laroia <asheesh at asheesh.org> wrote:
> On Mon, 7 Jul 2008, Ankuj Gupta wrote:
>> Due to the git repository structure I have to keep a different directory
>> structure than the default directory as recommended by the wiki.The
>> contents of the manifest file are mentioned here
>> EducationalToolkitActivity.py imports parse and model .py But tle log
>> shows module missing.I have also edited the activity-info file.But
>> still it shows "No module named as parse"
> Can you:
> (a) provide the full source?, and
> (b) provide the exact error message?
> -- Asheesh.
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