Re: [OT] Development environment for education
If kids do want fast results than they can do imm ediatelly bash scripting and
they will see reulsts very fast.
In addition small GUI building is possible with QT and some otyher packages.
I do not see so much need for Delphi if the visibility of results is primary
On Wednesday 20 September 2006 22:57, Andreas Tille wrote:
> I guess this question is OT here, but I hope the low volume
> of the list might be an excuse. (Is there any better place
> to ask?)
> I just had a talk with the ne teacher of my son who also
> teaches informatics. He started migrating to Linux using
> dual boot systems and is using Arktur server. It was
> quite a short discussion so I don't know much details -
> but there is light at horizont!
> He said that he needs Windows for instance because of the
> nice development environment of Delphi because students get
> results really quickly. So my question is: What programming
> environment could serve for the same purpose as free
> replacement. I have heard about free pascal, but I don't
> know whether this might come close. I personally would
> prefer Python - but they need a shiny environment ...
> Kind regards