[squeak-dev] sudo apt-get install NuScratch fails in 2017-09-07-raspbian-stretch-lite
Lou at Keystone-Software.com
Fri Oct 20 20:19:29 UTC 2017
Thanks for the reply. I have a Squeak/Seaside program that controls the GPIO pins. Pre
raspbian stretch Squeak was present and I would install NuScratch to get some GPIO interface
code. Now I install Squeak myself but I'm missing some GPIO stuff. I'm not sure what I have
to load/install to get it. I didn't realize what scratch2 was but hoped it was the NuScratch
stuff by a different name.
If Tim Rowledge is reading this, are you going to keep supporting your Squeak/Scratch code and
if so do you know what I need to get the GPIO stuff working?
On Fri, 20 Oct 2017 18:00:15 -0300, "Jecel Assumpcao Jr." <jecel at merlintec.com> wrote:
>Louis LaBrunda wrote:
>> I tried:
>> sudo apt-get install scratch2
>> that seems to find what it is looking for but I'm not sure it is what I should install and my
>> code fails calling: GPIOAccessorPiGpio uniqueInstance with an externalCallFailed in
>> Am I installing the right thing? Is something missing? With jessie, pigpio and NuScratch,
>> everything worked.
>Scratch 2 is a different program written in Flash. And Scratch 3 will be
>to be able to load projects created by earlier versions, so these
>changes shouldn't be too obvious to users. Unfortunately if you use
>extensions then the difference will be very visible to you.
>Note that the Raspberry Pi foundation has decided to move to Scratch 3,
>so I would expect future versions of Raspbian to not include the Squeak
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