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Sugar is the core of the OLPC Human Interface. The toolkit provides
a set of widgets to build HIG compliant applications and interfaces
to interact with system services like presence and the datastore.

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Sugar Toolkit
=============
Sugar Toolkit provides services and a set of GTK+ widgets to build
activities and other Sugar components on Linux based computers.
This is the GTK+ 3 binding of the Sugar Toolkit.
https://www.sugarlabs.org/
https://wiki.sugarlabs.org/
Installing on Debian or Ubuntu
------------------------------
Automatically done when you install [Sugar
desktop](https://github.com/sugarlabs/sugar).
To install Sugar Toolkit alone without Sugar desktop,
```
sudo apt install python-sugar3
```
Installing on Fedora
--------------------
Automatically done when you install [Sugar
desktop](https://github.com/sugarlabs/sugar).
To install Sugar Toolkit alone without Sugar desktop,
```
sudo dnf install sugar-toolkit-gtk3
```
Building
--------
Sugar Toolkit follows the [GNU Coding
Standards](https://www.gnu.org/prep/standards/).
Install all dependencies, especially sugar-artwork and
sugar-datastore.
Clone the repository, run `autogen.sh`, then `make` and `make
install`.
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