C\C++ & SDL
ahmed_nematallah at hotmail.com
Mon Aug 8 11:19:53 EDT 2011
well children can learn all those stuff at school but programming must be done on a computer and as technology affects our life more more people must learn programming, searching, word processing, etc.....
please tell me about those activity IDEs and how to compile with them on OLPC and can a simple child easily get and use them
and about physics if more people know how to program OLPC XOs teachers (and maybe physics experts) can help program physics stuff
and we can do both things just some people can improve physics things while others increase support for programming languages
BTW I love physics and i think it should be better (it's more important than literature and unimportant stuff like that)
> To: ahmed_nematallah at hotmail.com
> Subject: Re: C\C++ & SDL
> From: pgf at laptop.org
> CC: devel at lists.laptop.org
> Date: Mon, 8 Aug 2011 10:43:56 -0400
> mustafa wrote:
> > a C++, python, C, Java, vala, Scala, (maybe C# too) ide with a
> > couple of tuts for each language bundled with the OLPC XO will be
> > great so kids can learn programming
> contrary to what some believe, the goal of the XO, and the OLPC
> project overall, is not to teach kids programming. the goal is to
> help kids learn _lots_ of things -- programming, and familiarity with
> computing, is one small part of an education that includes learning to
> read, to write, to do math, to understand geography, or astronomy, or
> biology, or..., or..., or...
> the XO already support 4 (to my knowledge) programming environments as
> Activities, and as others have said, more languages (C++, java,
> whatever) are readily installable, if not under sugar. i'd rather see
> Physics, for instance, become better suited as an instructional tool
> than support for more computer languages.
> paul fox, pgf at laptop.org
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