[Etoys] Questions on etoys based activity
bert at freudenbergs.de
Fri Dec 14 07:06:00 EST 2007
No, don't worry. It should work on older builds, too.
There are multiple scripts in the bundle, one for the new Sugar and
three for the old Sugar. They are not refactored, you need to edit
the scripts for both the new and old Sugar. Also, "etoys-activity" in
the bundle's root (not the one in "bin/", that is for new Sugar)
should actually be a symlink to "old-etoys-activity", but the .xo
does not preserve symlinks so you will find it is actually a copy.
You could just delete "old-etoys-activity" to simplify things.
When I find the time I will add a "save project as .xo bundle" to
Etoys, but for now you will have to understand the scripts :/
- Bert -
On Dec 14, 2007, at 17:37 , stephane ducasse wrote:
> does it mean that I really have to update to a last recent build? I
> guess so.
> Because I still could not find an haarddisc to do it :(
> I will produce a xo and see if someone can test it, and update in
> On 14 déc. 07, at 11:26, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
>> On Dec 14, 2007, at 12:35 , Bert Freudenberg wrote:
>>> The DiceWars bundle is old, will only work on old Sugar. I think
>>> the EPaati bundle is newer, and best is probably to just copy the
>>> Etoys bundle and edit it. The latest Etoys bundle contains two
>>> scripts, one for old Sugar and one for current Sugar. 650 already
>>> has new Sugar I think.
>> Correction: I just tried to run EPaati and it does not work in
>> Joyride because it does not have the Rainbow compatibility fixes. So
>> you really should compare the EPaati bundle to the latest Etoys
>> bundle, copy Etoys to your own bundle, and apply the necessary
>> changes (activity.info, the icon, and the scripts).
>> - Bert -
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