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Re: [school-discuss] Open Source projects ported to Android
Python cross-platform development framework Kivy may be interesting for you:
Especially keeping in mind the growing popularity of the Python
language in educational practice as a language with a very low entry
2018-02-04 19:52 GMT+03:00 LM <lmemsm@xxxxxxxxx>:
> I've been looking into using the NDK and a standalone compiler
> toolchain to port Open Source applications to Android. I found out a
> few interesting things. It's really hard to find good documentation
> on the subject. There are some interesting Open Source projects that
> involve Android.
> More details are available here:
> You can run common Open Source command line and console programs on
> Android using a terminal emulator app. There are some interesting
> projects that are porting SDL and Allegro based apps.
> If you have other references you'd recommend on porting Open Source
> applications to Android, using Open Source programs with Android or on
> the Android NDK in general, please let me know. Thanks.
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