Orca Script Writing Tutorial

Storm Dragon stormdragon2976 at gmail.com
Sat Oct 4 22:18:05 BST 2008

I have been attempting to learn Python.  So far so good, I think anyway.
Everything I have created works so far after a little tinkering anyway.
I have found that the actual Orca code is a bit much to try and tackle
for a beginner.  Just finding the write files poses a bit of a
challenge.  So, I got to thinking that creating scripts may be easier.
After all, you just have to write a simple script and drop it in to the
script folder right???
The thing is, I haven't found much info about writing scripts.  I found
a couple of examples for adding time and date, however, the script for
reading weather doesn't work.
So, now for my question.  Is there any good documentation for script
writing for beginners that explains everything down to why certain files
are included?  If not, I would like to write such a tutorial.  I figure
the best way to learn is to teach, and a tutorial would provide that
opportunity.  So, where would be the best place to get script creation
information?  And, should the tutorial be posted on the
live.gnome.org/Orca website.  Or, is there already such a tutorial

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