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snayak

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PostPosted: Thu 09 Feb 2017, 22:38    Post subject:  Programming puppy
Subject description: Is there any puppy derivative available for programming?
 

Dear All,

Do we have any special puplet available which has all kinds of programming language environments? I mean, puppy with devx + java programming tools + qt tools + c# tools, etc etc. That means with assorted language compilers. Smile

And its sfs/pet store having additional languages and its compilers to try more... like scheme, lisp, haskel, ruby, R, etc etc... Smile

Sincerely,
Srinivas Nayak

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PostPosted: Thu 09 Feb 2017, 23:53    Post subject:  

Hello Srinivas.

In short the answer is no. No Puppy has that many environments in its
devx.

That said:
-- Any Puppy can compile C and C++ source code with its devx loaded.

-- All Puppies come with the bash and awk languages installed.

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That I know of:
-- There is a special Puppy equipped with a complete Python that a
member updates once and a while. Do a search in this forum with the
terms Python and Puppy, or in the Puppy section of archive.net.

-- dejan555 has a java development sfs in addition to the devx of his
DPup-4.87.

-- Occasionally, a forum member (can't remember who, unfortunately)
will offer a current Qt development package.

-- French-side member did18 is offering an sfs to develop Gambas
applications.

-- Forum member vovchik has long been doing work on various projects
using "bacon".

-- John Murga, the owner of this forum, to whom all Puppyists here owe a
great deal, created a while back a variant of lua called "murga-lua".

I'm sure I'm missing a few! Our forum members are very creative.

The best way to find out if a particular computer language is offered on
Puppy is probably to search for the language with the forum search
engine.

Aside from that, you can compile and install any language on a Puppy:
Scheme, J, OCamL, etc., but they will have to be personal initiatives.

It's none of my business of course, but if I was allowed one suggestion,
it would be for you to focus on one language, give it its own pupsave
or sfs, and work with it exclusively for a while?

IHTH.

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PostPosted: Fri 10 Feb 2017, 12:10    Post subject: see this one : Python Puplet  

see this one : Python Puplet (based on Racy) click the blue
screenshot of RacyPy running Python, Ruby and Lua - with pacer106's lovely Puppy / Raspberry Pi wallpaper!
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