Monday, December 3, 2012

Minibloq translated to Malay Language!

Minibloq has been translated to Malay Language! We want to say thanks to Hazizul Krilp for his great contribution to the project. The complete translation (including tooltips) is available from the Downloads page as a separate package (this is the direct link). The steps to add this kind of package to Minibloq are pretty simple, and can be found in this post. As always, all the names of the people who is helping with the project are mentioned in the Credits webpageHere we want to share a screenshot showing the work of Hazizul:

10 comments:

  1. Interesting, iam Malaysian, can i use this software for my micro controller box(arduino compatible)?

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  2. Hi Kelanang, the answer is yes: if you have a controller compatible with Arduino Uno, or Duemilanove, or Mega, then you should be able to use Minibloq with it.

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  3. There's no such language as Malaysian.

    It's either Malay Language or Malaysian Malay.

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  4. Julian, I try already MiniBloq with atmega 168. Its really great, thanks to You and Hazizul(translator).Its it possible to change the digital port addresses? for example port 10 from M1_dir0 to servo1.(iam building atmega 168 kit)

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  5. Hi kelanang, thanks, You can modify some files to change the pins associated to hardware blocks. Please take a look to those links about custom blocks:

    http://minibloq.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=8
    http://blog.minibloq.org/p/development.html

    There may be more information in the forum also: http://minibloq.net/forum/

    Cheers!
    Julián

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  6. Thanks Julian for your quick response.Your works are awesome.I planning to use your software for Robotic Club at secondary school in my country.

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  7. Edit at minibloq.h in adruino ATmega 168 right?

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  8. You can use as a base the Arduino Duemilanove mega168 board, and edit the files main.board and \Core\Minibloq.h in the subdir (under the Minibloq's installation path): \Components\Minibloq\Lib\CPP\Targets\ArduinoDuemilanove168_Arduino.v1.0
    Enjoy!
    Julián

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