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Latest revision as of 17:47, 25 November 2010
Everything that developers need to start developing native sugar activities. Library depends on all other Polyol components and contains glue level code that simplify creating sugar activities from scratch. This library (and all its dependencies) is an analog of the python-based sugar-toolkit library.
Bindings for this library (in contrast with bindings for other Polyol components) could contain not only wrappers for the library itself, but also particular language-specific code that makes the process of creating sugar activities in this language more comfortable.
This library is a part of Polyol group.
For regular services:
How many branches are stable for what Sugar Platforms, note that some activities could be stuck to a particular stable branch, so do not delete your stable branches if they still work in declared sugar environments. See Versioning guide.
For wrappers to native packages:
This service is a wrapper for native package, thus its versions are versions of accessible packages in the current users' environment.
Expand on the summary, if appropriate. A couple of sentences suffices to explain the goal, but the more details you can provide the better.
What other services or 0install packages depend on this service? Are there changes outside the developers' control on which completion of this service depends? In other words, does your service depend on completion of another service owned by someone else or that you would need to coordinate, which might cause you to be unable to finish on time? Other upstream projects like Python?
Is there upstream documentation on this service, or notes you have written yourself? Has this topic been discussed in the mailing list or during a meeting? Link to that material here so other interested developers can get involved.
If auto-documentation field is set in service.info file, API documentation will be generated on this page:
How To Test
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