Creating deb package of MIT's programming environment for kids (Squeak based)
stefan at nuxoll.eu.org
Sun Oct 12 18:56:30 UTC 2008
On Sun, 2008-10-12 at 14:53 -0400, Andrés Monroy-Hernández wrote:
> I don't think we need a Smalltalk guru just someone who can put
> together the files into a ubuntu package.
> We have released the source code of our previous version here:
> http://scratch.mit.edu/pages/source but we have not cleaned out the
> code of the latest version yet. In any case, the source code does not
> include the logo and the sharing capabilities so using the .image file
> would be the best.
> Stefan is right though, the .image file is what you need. The .image
> is kind of like a .jar in Java.
> I have a compiled version of the plugins for Linux if you need them. I
> should put it on the Scratch website.
> As Caroline has pointed out on her links, a couple of our users have
> been able to run Scratch on Linux in different ways, it's just a
> matter of packaging stuff...
> On Sun, Oct 12, 2008 at 2:45 PM, Caroline Ford
> <caroline.ford.work at googlemail.com> wrote:
> >> All of the source will be contained in the squeak image, is one of the
> >> oddities about smalltalk derivatives.
> > Thanks. So it needs a smalltalk guru to look at?
> > If we can get this working we may be able to get it on the Edubuntu CD
> > for Jaunty. We'll have the space and it looks cool.
> > Caroline
The source code for the plugins would be much preferred, along with a
makefile and configure script, unless you don't have one at which point
we can probably throw together a quick autotools project to compile
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