[kde-edu]: [KTurtle] OO syntax code in SVN
cies.breijs at gmail.com
Tue Jan 27 08:41:30 CET 2009
i'm currently trying to look at the code (could you give me some
pointers of where the main action is going one, files+methods)
quick question: does this mean we can have multiple turtles? (the
syntax suggests we can have)
about inclusion: im not much against including this, i yet need to
have a look at the code. i wonder though where is stops -- as in: "are
printed strings also going to be objects?"
i think we need to have a policy on this for kturlte and that is quite
- is kturtle an OO language with some syntactic sugar to make it easy entry, or
- is it a procedural (non-OO) lang that has some OO features (mainly
for the turtle)
this is the main issues i'm pondering upon.
please feedback everyone as this is a suff to resolve and reach
(hopefully) consensus on before we reach a 1.0 (or we move the whole
issue to post-1.0, some thing i personally would rather not)
On Sun, Jan 25, 2009 at 7:25 PM, Niels Slot <nielsslot at gmail.com> wrote:
> It has taken me a while (since September), but I finally got my object
> oriented KTurtle in SVN. The code has been sitting around on my computer for
> the last few months. And while I planned to clean it up just a little more,
> it never came to that. For anyone who wants to check it out, the code is in
> /branches/work/kturtle-objects. This version of KTurtle can run the
> following code:
> forward 100
> $x = turtle
> $x.forward 50
> This will create a second turtle and move it 50 steps forward.
> Any comments on the code are welcome.
> Cies and Mauricio: Please have a look at it and let me know how you feel
> about including something like this in 4.3.
> : http://websvn.kde.org/branches/work/kturtle-objects/
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