Scratch v188.8.131.52 is available on the repo. Scratch is developped in "squeak". And Squeak is an evolution of SmallTalk. Scratch is in fact an "image" that run on top of a Squeak Virtual Machine. This port is mainly a port of the Squeak VM, as scratch has little "c" code. I have adapted the default folder to fit the PND. Scratch require many data folders to be in the "/user/share/scratch" folder according to the readme. But I found many folders can be just next to the "bin" folder. Help, for example worked out of the box (at least for the folder). The only problem I found was "locale" folder. I had to change the scratch.image (on a PC Linux machine) to make point to "/mnt/utmp/scratch/locale". For Help system, Scratch use html files. So they don't start by default (and links is not a viable solution, too many pictures in the helps). So I embeded in the PND a small & fast browser: dillo (v3.0.2, more info here : http://www.dillo.org/ ). It works well enough for the Help files. I don't think it will work well for the main Website, especially if you signin and try to download projects... Uses a full feature Browser, like Firefox, for that. Final words (for build 01): I haven't use a lot the build. I load a quick project, run it. It worked. That's all. But despite needing OpenGL, and running in a Squeak VM, I found Scratch snappy, I found it enjoyable on the Pandora. History log ======== Build 02 ---------- * Added Software DRI driver that where missing, performance may have improved Build 01 ---------- * Initial release * Scratch can be setup in many languages (tested just English and French). * Included help in English (default), French (tested), Deutch and Italian. * Included the "Dillo 3.0.2" browser, so the help files (html files) actually opens somewhere. * the Media folder is include. It should be situated in /usr/share/scratch, but scratch hasn't complain and seems to finds it. * the Projects folder contains samples Projects. It is created at 1st lauch, so it is 100% writable.