[Etoys] Armadillo run rocks!
korakurider at gmail.com
Wed Jan 16 00:46:33 EST 2008
Takashi Yamamiya's ODECo might be interestring to you.
It is easy to use dynamic simulation toolkit for squeak/Etoys based on
ODE ( http://www.ode.org./ ) .
It was once ported to early version of OLPC Etoys, though I haven't
tried it with recent build.
Installation on XO is tricky so it would be convenient to try
all-in-one download package the annoucement pointed.
On Jan 16, 2008 2:56 AM, Karl <karl.ramberg at comhem.se> wrote:
> Karl wrote:
> > Ties Stuij wrote:
> >>> check out armadillo run
> >> Ha!
> >> Just today I figured it would be cool to make some sort of Bridge
> >> Builder clone to get me into Smalltalk programming. What a
> >> coincidence.
> >> /Ties
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> > David Buck made ElastoLab in VisualWorks several years ago and that can
> > be downloaded for free from here:
> > http://www.simberon.com/elastolab.html
> That should be
> > It is a very nice physics simulation tool with it's own scripting language.
> > He also ported the framework to Squeak but I can´t find the code, but
> > I'm pretty sure it can be dug up :-)
> > The Squeak port needs to be hooked up to the gui to be usable.
> > Karl
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