Discuss Scratch

DarkMaster9000
Scratcher
4 posts

Rasberry pie

What is the difference between raspberry pie Scratch and no raspberry pie Scratch?
Zro716
Scratcher
1000+ posts

Rasberry pie

one is delicious and the other is not

jk, raspberry *pi scratch has a much simpler interface so that it isn't overworking the small computer's microprocessor.

Last edited by Zro716 (Dec. 21, 2014 10:38:40)


As a long time Scratcher, I have found new meaning to the name “Scratch”: for me, it means to “scratch that itch”, to come back again and again to realize new ideas in this toy language, even when I'm capable of creating my projects in real programming languages years later. It's a friend that helped me to pursue programming and get me to enjoy its fruit. I'm certain many others who have walked this path as well have grown fond of its importance in their life.
Sonickyle
Scratcher
1000+ posts

Rasberry pie

The Raspberry Pi uses Scratch 1.4, which is outdated.
Normal Scratch is now on 2.0.

I wouldn't get a Raspberry Pi if you're going to use it just for Scratch.

No I don't make projects anymore. I left some time ago.
I only check the forums every now and then, but other than that consider me retired.

I have made 2950+ posts / contributed to 2238+ topics
DarkMaster9000
Scratcher
4 posts

Rasberry pie

Thanks guys!



P.S LOL Zro716.

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