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  1. #1 by Jannik on 23/Sep/2014

    Dear guys,

    I am really impressed by physical etoys and all the available hardware. I love your software.
    For now, I am interesting by using your arduino bridge available on github, to match phratch with arduino.
    Could you give me information about:
    – the licence ?
    – how can I install it (download the code into a pharo image from github)
    – is there documentation about the API ?

    Thank you for your help. I will then give you feedback for the module.
    Cheers,
    Jannik

  2. #2 by Richi on 6/Oct/2014

    Hi Jannik,
    I’m sorry I didn’t answer you sooner, we had a conference last week and we’ve been very busy.
    I saw what you guys have been doing with phratch and it’s awesome, porting all that old code must have been a tremendous effort. I wish I had the time (and will) to do the same with etoys :)
    As for our work with arduino, I’ve been moving all the stuff from squeaksource to github lately but until I finish organizing everything I suggest you use the Configuration browser to load Arduino (SergeStinckwich.7). I tested that in Pharo some time ago and it worked fine.
    Unfortunately, we haven’t been very disciplined when it comes to documenting but you should be able to get going by looking at the Arduino class comment and the examples on the class side.
    Let me know if you run into any problem. I saw that you’re listed as one of the speakers at the Smalltalks conference, I’m looking forward to meeting you there :)

  3. #3 by Richi on 6/Oct/2014

    Oh, I forgot. The license is MIT.

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