Re: Your First NVDA App Module: Session 0 posted, session 1 to be held on June 25, 2016 at NVDACon Korea TT server
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Editor: I personally use Notepad++.
Getting NVDA source code: Using Git:
git clone --recursive https://github.com/nvaccess/nvda
The course itself: the course will focus on app modules, a type of an
add-on. I'll briefly go over how to package add-ons, but not to a point
where it'll be the emphasis of the course.
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Sent: Tuesday, June 21, 2016 5:10 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Your First NVDA App Module: Session 0 posted, session 1
to be held on June 25, 2016 at NVDACon Korea TT server
I'm eager to learn how to generate add-ons for NVDA! I have experience
programming computer software using several programming languages, but, no
experience with Python. I have downloaded and installed Python version 2.7
and I am currently working my way through the tutorial included with that
package. I see that code blocks are discriminated solely through the
indentation of code lines.
Can you recommend a text editor that is Python-friendly and accessable with
NVDA? BTW, I don't use Braille, if that makes a difference.
Another thing: When I went to
I was unable to figure out how to download NVDA source code (git clone
Do you have any suggestions?
T I A,
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