I saw examples od native QML and HTML5 applications ,but Ubuntu is not Linux if one can't develop on it LOCALLY. Will Ubuntu Phone contain
qmake, a python shell or similar tools?
Let's take our Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview.
I can ssh to a shell. My Tablet is connected wirelessly to the internet.
So I can add development tools:
then create a new file hello.c
Now I can compile my C program:
and I can run it:
the output is:
Conclusion: It is a real linux. It has already it's basic tools available. And they work!
And I don't think that in the future anybody will try to find a way to remove the opportunity to install and run these essential development tools.
Even if there will be an Ubuntu Phone in the future where these tools are not included by default it will always be possible to add them in a very simple way.
I love this new world!