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Turtle Art is intended to be a stepping stone to the Logo programming language, but there are many restrictions compared to Logo. However, you can export your Turtle Art creations to Berkeley Logo.
Turtle Art was initially written in Java, and reimplemented in Python. A modified Python version with additional features, Turtle Blocks, is under active development and is included in this package.
This package contains the files needed to use it as a standalone application.
98 * fixed palette selection bug introduced by alpha-value checking 97 * recenter default turtle when dragged onto palette * removed comment label from collapsible stacks * made font smaller on the bottom-of-collapsible-stack block (#2305) * rgs fixed resume problem in GNOME version (#2293) * checking alpha value to block 'hit' detection (fixes problem with selecting the wrong block when bloc more»
TURTLEART.PY(1) User Commands TURTLEART.PY(1) NAME turtleart.py - a LOGO-like tool for teaching programming DESCRIPTION Usage: turtleart.py [OPTION...] - GStreamer initialization Help Options: -h, --help Show help options --help-all Show all help options --help-gst Show GStreamer more»
turtleart (98-1) unstable; urgency=low [ Matthew Gallagher ] * Don't modify other packages' files in maintainer scripts to adhere to Debian Policy. Closes: #596474. * Correct typo in debian/sugar-turtleart-activity.links so the activity icon is installed properly [ Luke Faraone ] * New upstream version. * Depend on libgtk2.0-bin to solve broken installation script. * Wr more»
This work was packaged for Debian by: Matthew Gallagher <email@example.com> on Mon, 08 Mar 201 more»