catfish.man at gmail.com
Mon Feb 9 19:40:01 UTC 2009
Learning Python first would be an interesting approach with some
upsides and downsides. It would definitely be a long path to work on
Adium, since you'd need to start with Python, then learn Objective-C
(and by inclusion, C). On the other hand, the simplicity and clarity
of the language lends itself well to learning programming concepts
that apply across all or most languages.
On Feb 9, 2009, at 11:21 AM, Nicolas Bellville wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I suscribed to the adium mailing list for two reasons: I'd really
> like to learn programming on the awesome operating system Mac OS X
> is and I think the concept of a multi-protocol instant messenger
> Adium created is great.
> That's why I went on your website and discovered you were interested
> in some help for Adium in several shapes, coding was among them.
> I'm new in the universe of programmers and know I canno't just come
> and say "What do you want me to do?"
> So, if you agree, I would help you in programming Adium. The first
> thing to know is "How to begin?", do you think beginning with Python
> is a good idea?
> Kind regards, Nicolas
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