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86Scratch

open-source-v1.2


86Scratch

86Scratch is a cross-platform application program that can connect your Scratch 2.0 creations to an 86Duino without need to write any additional code. It is designed to be very easy to use and to be customized, so that the user can change every UI element and text without modifying any line of the source code; moreover, adding/deleting new Scratch hardware extensions and demos can directly be done in 86Scratch's menu.

86Scratch is developed based on S2A of Alan Yorinks, and supports Windows 7/8/10, Linux, and Mac OS X.

86Duino

86Duino is an x86-based Arduino-compatible embedded platform employing the Vortex86EX SoC, which integrates PCIE bus, DDR3 DRAM, ROM controller, xISA, I2C, SPI, Motor/Motion Controller, IPC, Fast Ethernet, FIFO UART, USB2.0 and SD/SATA controller within a single package.

Scratch

Scratch is a free programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations.

BUILD

  1. Download Qt Creator 4.4.0
  2. Download and unzip 86Scratch source code
  3. Run /src/86Scratch.pro
  4. Choose Projects, set Build & Run into MinGW 32bit
  5. Uncheck the checkbox of Shadow build in Build Settings
  6. Build the project to get the execution

CREDITS

The main author of 86Scratch is Sayter Wu, with kind help from Android Lin, Vic Chen and RoBoardGod. All of them are members in TeslaLab of DMP Electronic Inc.