[Squeakland] RE : Help needed on reply about squeak

Dreyfuss Pierre-André (EDU) pierre-andre.dreyfuss at edu.ge.ch
Wed Dec 13 10:08:38 PST 2006


I have developped V-toys a visual programming language built with E-TOYS  and compatible with them.

V-toys is using tiles with icones instead of text.

So it is international and understandable in any language and project can be shared esily.

I have translatede the car project which is the v-toys version of the car piloted by the joystick

You'll find more documentation here

Sorry, the documentation is in french but there are lot of pictures and many projects that you can download and try.Be carefull when you save a project, ever stay down on the publish button to get the menu and choose publish on a different server.

If you just hit Publish, the project will be saved back on the server. In this case, immediately hit atlt/dot or apple/dot to stop the process.

-------- Message d'origine--------
De: squeakland-bounces at squeakland.org de la part de Bert Freudenberg
Date: lun. 11/12/2006 19:00
À: The general-purpose Squeak developers list
Cc: squeakland at squeakland.org
Objet : Re: [Squeakland] Help needed on reply about squeak

On Dec 11, 2006, at 9:50 , Bert Freudenberg wrote:

> On Dec 11, 2006, at 9:42 , Brad Fuller wrote:
>> Bert Freudenberg wrote:
>>> What would be really helpful is some tutorial projects that are  
>>> downloaded right with the etoys installation. That is what we're  
>>> doing with the OLPC version, for which we also are working on  
>>> better language rendering support.
>>> The OLPC etoys version should run fine on any machine. But making  
>>> the example projects appear in the general projects list requires  
>>> some work, and making the font choices configurable (they are set  
>>> up for a 200 dpi screen now) would also be necessary. A plan of  
>>> action would be for someone to make a nice general etoys package  
>>> from that version:
>>>     http://etoys.laptop.org/src/etoys-image-and-pr.zip
>>> Or rather from the etoys-dev image which includes source files at
>>>     http://tinlizzie.org/olpc/
>>> We (VPRI hackers) can certainly assist with that, though our main  
>>> focus is the actual kid's machine right now.
>> I did mention they could easily download OLPC etoys using yum. I  
>> will reiterate this fact. BTW, is there anything specific to FC5?  
>> That is, can other distros dnl from the repo and execute OLPC etoys?
> I don't think there is nothing FC5 specific in there. You can run  
> Etoys outside of Sugar by typing "etoys" on the command line.

That should have been "I don't think there is anything". Or "I think  
there is nothing".

- Bert -

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