[Activities] [Sugar-devel] using the browser to display help/docs
Eduardo H. Silva
hoboprimate at gmail.com
Sun Feb 22 15:05:12 EST 2009
disregard my e-mail, it was intended for another email thread, sorry.
2009/2/22 Eduardo H. Silva <hoboprimate at gmail.com>:
> On resume mode in Home, there should exist a distinction between
> currently opened activities and those which arent: both are colored
> right now, with no distincion.
> Perhaps the currently opened activities should appear in a closer
> circle to the main XO. So, in the outside ring you can launch and
> resume fresh and past activities, and in the inner ring you can resume
> presently opened activities.
> I think someone else also suggested something like this, and I think
> its a great idea: because it brings upfront another way to switch
> between opened activities, and makes clearer the difference between
> activity launching, past activity resuming, and presently opened
> activity resuming.
> 2009/2/22 Frederick Grose <fgrose at gmail.com>:
>> I thought someone was working on a quick, smooth confirmation path through
>> the Journal.
>> On Sun, Feb 22, 2009 at 1:29 PM, Luke Faraone <luke at faraone.cc> wrote:
>>> On Sun, Feb 22, 2009 at 1:16 PM, <pgf at laptop.org> wrote:
>>> > > Ignoring that, you would think you could run one activity from
>>> > another
>>> > > using a) Python code, b) exec(), or c) DBus.
>>> exec() is the spawn of satan: all code exec'd is run in your local
>>> namespace and takes over the current thread.
>>> You can also use os.fork() or the subprocess module to call
>>> sugar-launch-activity, but you'll get perm problems.
>>> Luke Faraone
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