Just wanted to welcome my newly found Japanese readers!
This is continuation of my story about me and my 4-year old daughter writing a simple game "Princess vs Lion". Please have a look at the previous posts for details!
This is a figure my daughter drew a while ago and that we already scanned together on her Macbook. Before today's session I converted the scanned images to PNG format and gave them sensible names: prinsessa.png and leijona.png (princess and lion they are). Then I took her to the command-line prompt again. It was time to recap some file and directory stuff. Like
mv Desktop/prinsessa.png karkuun/
That was to move the princess image file to the directory where our game-under-development resides. Then
That was to "go" to the karkuun directory and list the files in there. She didn't remember much of the command-line skills we had practised earlierly. Actually ls was the only one she properly remembered. We had a brief look at the files in the directory. Then
...we got the picture of the princess on the page. There was much rejoicing. And by the way at this point we had spent like 15 minutes mostly discussing this and that and singing and laughing and doing occasional somersaults on the bed. And doing computer stuff in the middle. She had had the idea that we'll so a little theatrical show right after our session to the rest of the family. It was a bit hard to concentrate, but it was fun anyways.
Yet, she wanted to save our work before quitting. So we went to command-line, used vim to add the same piece of code
Oh and I told her that people in Japan are reading about her adventures.