hilaire at ofset.org
Fri Jan 25 12:32:28 EST 2008
Frankly, I mostly dropped DrGeo until I got manifestion of interest
from several places and I never distribute it in image, only for my
own experiment in high school. It is José who did the SAR file packed
with the .po files.
But soon, I will do a distribution image based, I will have to use the
etoys if I want the languages. BTW, are you planing for a new
squeakland image, OLPC Etoys based, it will make life easier for that
2008/1/25, Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de>:
> On Jan 25, 2008, at 16:11 , Korakurider wrote:
> > On Jan 25, 2008 8:00 PM, Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de>
> > wrote:
> >>>> I think we need a better theory separating the "base app" (the code
> >>>> that gets loaded) and the current project. Perhaps the .xo should
> >>>> contain both a .st for the code and a .pr for the initial
> >>>> project ...
> >>>> that would mean when saving the project it would not have to
> >>>> save out
> >>>> the code. On loading we would have to distinguish between
> >>>> resuming an
> >>>> old project and starting a new activity instance, loading either
> >>>> the
> >>>> project in the bundle or the one from the datastore. For that I
> >>>> think
> >>>> we would have to pass the bundled project via the "URI" parameter,
> >>>> and it would get ignored if an OBJECT_ID is present.
> > I am curious how we will be able to keep project interoperability
> > especially for DrGeoII between OLPC Etoys and Squeakland OLPC if we
> > separate them.
> > And by separating, also dependency would be introduced. Then we might
> > want to manage it wisely. For instances:
> > + add dependency description to manifest in gzipped .pr so that user
> > can review it when encounter problem.
> > + newer "base app" could check dependency hint embedded in project and
> > migrate the project if it is based on older app.
> As far as I know, DrGeo is normally used with a custom image - right,
> Hilaire? The project simply assumes the .SAR with the DrGeo code has
> been loaded already. So the situation would not be too different.
> - Bert -
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