This lesson finishes up the project that the last two have been about: HaikuFortune, a program which randomly chooses and displays a fortune in a window. It’s not a very complicated one, but it exemplifies a reasonably well-coded real-world project. Although it was code complete as of the end of Lesson 22, it was not finished, missing icons and other resources. This concludes the project with adding resources, a basic discussion on source code licensing, and packaging a program for Haiku.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.haiku-os.org/blog/darkwyrm/2010-06-23_lesson_23_polish_and_packaging_our_project/