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Revision as of 00:07, 8 December 2012

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Software & Distributions:

Software - an overview.

Distributions - operating systems and development environments for the Raspberry Pi.

Kernel Compilation - advice on compiling a kernel.

Performance - measures of the Raspberry Pi's performance.

Programming - programming languages that might be used on the Raspberry Pi.


Programming languages, IDEs, etc

Tested on Alpha board

Tested on RPi

Expected to work

See also: RaspberryPiBoard/EducationalLinks for education-friendly languages.

Graphical Programming

  • Gambas - possibly a good choice; easy like old visual basic
  • Scratch
  • Alice
  • Android App Inventor
  • Kodu
  • Star Logo
  • PrimerLabs CodeHero
  • Lazarus I was working on LaZorOS4Pi a while back to provide a on-device IDE but I'm stuck with only a VGA monitor + chroot. Will pick it back up asap for it is a great combination. (Used: Fedora, Razor-QT desktop and Lazarus-QT+FreePascal. 2nd attempt => Funtoo)
  • YAD 'Yet Another Dialog' for fast GUI scripting in BASH.
  • EasyBashGui Want to keep it fast and simple than this is your tool. Goes even faster with the code snippets from Komodo Edit + BASH Menu plugin.
  • BlueGriffon is a very slick WYSIWYG editor for HTML5.
  • fpGUI Toolkit has been tested and fully working on the RPi. fpGUI is a custom drawn, full featured, cross-platform GUI toolkit that has been in development since 2006. fpGUI can be use for Desktop or Embedded environments, and is suitable for commercial and open source projects. Implemented 100% in Object Pascal, and producing small executables and very low library dependency (just the standard X11 - no Qt or GTK etc required). For a very quick setup of the Free Pascal Compiler & fpGUI Toolkit, download the starter archive (3.5MB download) from http://www.turbocontrol.com/easyfpgui.htm. Unzip, and you are ready to go! fpGUI includes lots of ready made widgets, a documentation viewer (docview), a Visual GUI Forms Designer (uidesigner), and an IDE (maximus). The IDE is still in the very early stages of development, but any programmer editor could be used with fpGUI too.
  • Pi3D hardware accelerated 3D (and 2D) for python - still being improved but works now
  • Adafruit Learning System Raspberry Pi WebIDE - allows programs to be written, compiled, and executed on the RPi via a web interface.

Robotics

Would Be Great If These Worked

  • wvdial -- Dialer for Land-line, GSM, UMTS modems and other serial devices.
  • VHDL -- VHDL (VHSIC hardware description language) is a hardware description language used in electronic design automation to describe digital and mixed-signal systems such as field-programmable gate arrays and integrated circuits.
  • Verilog -- Verilog, standardized as IEEE 1364, is a hardware description language (HDL) used to model electronic systems. It is most commonly used in the design and verification of digital circuits at the register-transfer level of abstraction.

Uncategorised

See also Category:Education

References

  1. http://www.vanhaarlem.eu/assembler
  2. http://ntoll.org/article/baking-with-raspberrypipy
  3. http://ntoll.org/article/baking-with-raspberrypipy