[Sugar-devel] acti-plications: write once, run anywhere?
rafael at sugarlabs.org
Fri Jan 21 09:06:33 EST 2011
On Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 5:53 AM, Sascha Silbe <
sascha-ml-reply-to-2011-1 at silbe.org> wrote:
> 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
> > 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.
I ran TB once in a nokia cellphone (iirc) as a python script, it ran very
well besides some minor issues like closing not working.
> 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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