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From left to right, the toolbar buttons have the following functions
 
From left to right, the toolbar buttons have the following functions
  
Home
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'''Home'''
 
* the title of the project
 
* the title of the project
 
* edit the Journal description
 
* edit the Journal description
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* create a bundle, use the bundle to install your Activity on other laptops
 
* create a bundle, use the bundle to install your Activity on other laptops
  
Edit
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'''Edit'''
 
* copy
 
* copy
 
* paste
 
* paste
  
Search
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'''Search'''
  
Show source
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'''Show source'''
 
* the left hand pane shows the files and directories that comprise your Activity
 
* the left hand pane shows the files and directories that comprise your Activity
  
Show  file symbols
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'''Show  file symbols'''
 
* the left hand pane shows the classes, functions and variables in the file on the right
 
* the left hand pane shows the classes, functions and variables in the file on the right
  
Show log files
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'''Show log files'''
 
* shows the log files which contain error messages from running your Activity
 
* shows the log files which contain error messages from running your Activity
  
Create an empty file
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'''Create an empty file'''
 
* your Activity already comprises a number of files, this adds an additional empty file
 
* your Activity already comprises a number of files, this adds an additional empty file
  
Remove file
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'''Remove file'''
 
* deletes the most recently viewed file, the one displayed in the right pane
 
* deletes the most recently viewed file, the one displayed in the right pane
  
Run activity
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'''Run activity'''
 
* runs your activity
 
* runs your activity
  
Stop
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'''Stop'''
 
* quits the Develop Activity
 
* quits the Develop Activity
  

Revision as of 20:56, 26 March 2014

Develop allows you to edit existing Activities or create new ones. It allows the viewing and editing of multiple files and gives easy access to error logs. It includes templates for a number of sample Hello World Activities.

Develop open screen.jpeg

The main screen is shown below. In this case, a new Activity called testgtk2 has been created from the gtk2 "Hello World" template. The left pane shows the files and directories that comprise the Activity and the right pane shows the contents of its main file, activity.py

Screenshot of Develop testgtk2 .png

From left to right, the toolbar buttons have the following functions

Home

  • the title of the project
  • edit the Journal description
  • sharing (disabled)
  • create a bundle, use the bundle to install your Activity on other laptops

Edit

  • copy
  • paste

Search

Show source

  • the left hand pane shows the files and directories that comprise your Activity

Show file symbols

  • the left hand pane shows the classes, functions and variables in the file on the right

Show log files

  • shows the log files which contain error messages from running your Activity

Create an empty file

  • your Activity already comprises a number of files, this adds an additional empty file

Remove file

  • deletes the most recently viewed file, the one displayed in the right pane

Run activity

  • runs your activity

Stop

  • quits the Develop Activity

Videos

This video shows a very early version of Develop:

I don't know much about this activity but here's my over the shoulder view of the activity: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmXDw-Z2CSI --Dennis Daniels 17:33, 10 September 2009 (UTC)

Resources