[Sugar-devel] Physics Roadmap
Gary C Martin
gary at garycmartin.com
Thu Jun 11 20:16:22 EDT 2009
On 12 Jun 2009, at 00:23, Asaf Paris Mandoki wrote:
> Thanks for all the input.
> I got the icons ready but now I've found some bugs on the new
> buttons I coded. I would rather fix them before committing but
> maybe it's better to let everyone see what I'm doing. With this
> activity, bugs usually just close the application and I don't really
> know what's going on. How can I launch an activity from the terminal
> so I can see the errors?
Well, the Log Activity should show them (usually my approach), but if
your launching from Terminal, try the sugar-launch command, errors
will go to your Terminal standard out.
P.S. finally cc'ing sugar devel in this thread for folks that know way
more than me.
> On Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 2:53 PM, Sebastian Dziallas <sebastian at when.com
> > wrote:
> Gary C Martin wrote:
> Hi Asaf,
> On 8 Jun 2009, at 04:28, Asaf Paris Mandoki wrote:
> [...] snip!
> Who are the people involved right now?
> I'm fine to hang back on code if you're feeling productive, but am
> to help test/debug/user-interface type tasks if you have any (if
> get committed I'll be downloading, testing, etc).
> What I'd really like to see is to get to a stage (very soon!!) that
> a stable working version we can release on activities.sugarlabs.org
> get on SoaS distro for LinuxTag. Physics is a real fun sandbox
> shame not to be making use of it.
> Journal saving is I guess the big missing Sugar feature right now, but
> that's not a quick/easy fix – and we have other released activities
> *still* don't have Journal saving :-( – perhaps make a release
> without it?
> Well, I think it would be very cool to get it in the next SoaS
> release, which is scheduled for LinuxTag. But we're already *very*
> late in the development cycle, meaning that we'd need to have
> something to test really quickly.
> If it doesn't support saving to Journal, we could still label it as
> a preview (just an idea)...
> Anyway, if it doesn't make its way in this release, once you submit
> it to activities.sugarlabs.org, just ping me and I'll get it on the
> next snapshot, where it will be tested!
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