[Squeakland] Training on E-Toys and E-toys/I2C support (for robotics...)

Samir Saidani saidani at info.unicaen.fr
Tue May 17 17:08:28 UTC 2005

Hi !

Hilaire Fernandes <hilaire at ext.cri74.org> writes:

> Yeah! I2C bus are great to build up external interfaces. I remember of
> another life when hacking I2C interface for BBC Archimedes computer in a
> student project. Does this project is intended to be OS independant?
> Do you have any URL about this project?

This project consists on two parts : the C stuff which is a simple
library to talk with the parallel port, and a squeak part with a GUI
to talk with specific electronic command modules in order to control a
robot through the parallel port. We plan to add an e-toy support soon,
the current project is available on www.squeaksource.com/SqueakBot but
it's really in alpha for the moment.

>>> 2. Is there a way to create directories in SqueakLand project server,
>>>    for instance I would like to create a french-speaking directory to
>>>    allow french-speaking teachers and children sharing their
>>>    projects. (Unfortunately learning foreign languages is a problem in
>>>    this country, and this could be an hindrance for children... and
>>>    teachers !)
> If necessary, I can provide hosting at ofset.org with what-ever-you-need
> for educational French speaking related project to Squeak.

Ok, it could be very interesting to set up a SuperSwiki at ofset.org
to share french-speaking projet, do you think is possible ?


Samir SAIDANI				
PhD Student in CS / Doctorant en informatique 	web : http://www.info.unicaen.fr/~saidani
Universite de Caen - Laboratoire GREYC          tel : 02-31-56-74-30
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