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Now that the haikuware website has disappered, where can I find a list of publicly available programs written in yab? I am particularly interested in those whose source code is available, to learn from it.

More specifically, what non-trivial yab programs would you recommend to someone who wants to learn yab programming, and needs to study some code?
Could you also please grade them according their level of difficulty/complexity?
(07-08-2015, 04:43 AM)HaikuForever Wrote: [ -> ]Now that the haikuware website has disappered, where can I find a list of publicly available programs written in yab? I am particularly interested in those whose source code is available, to learn from it.

More specifically, what non-trivial yab programs would you recommend to someone who wants to learn yab programming, and needs to study some code?
Could you also please grade them according their level of difficulty/complexity?

- A list of yab apps can be find here: http://besly.de/menu/search/archiv/misc/...s_eng.html
- Examples to learn are included the ide and on besly you can find many tutorials about programming in yab: http://besly.de
- Here a yab FAQ on BeSly: http://besly.de/menu/search/archiv/dev/yab_faq_eng.html

To find all tutorials about yab of the besly, download the TutorialFInder from our repo using HaikuDepot (Using Terminal):

pkgman add-repo http://software.besly.de

Searching for tutorialfinder, install and then select yab in the tutorial list
(07-08-2015, 04:43 AM)HaikuForever Wrote: [ -> ]Now that the haikuware website has disappered, where can I find a list of publicly available programs written in yab? I am particularly interested in those whose source code is available, to learn from it.
My Yab apps are here: http://clasquin-johnson.co.za/michel/hai...index.html

all have source included (expand the hpkg and navigate to data/src), but most were written in my own Yabadabbadoo alternative IDE, so they tend to be broken up, one subroutine per file.
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