Can Raspberry Pi apps be developed with Quickly on Ubuntu? I know there isn't Ubuntu for the Pi yet but what I want to do is develop the app on my Ubuntu machine, compile it and copy the deb file to the Pi. Then install and run it. Will this work? It will be much easier to make the apps I need to make to with Quickly. I assume I will have to use something other than ubuntu-application when creating the app.
Quickly is based on Python, which is an interpreted language. The interpreter works on the Raspberry Pi, and therefore, it's worth a try!
I've already tried to install quickly, and it works except the template files, that contain the unmet "glade-gtk2" dependency.
You can install the packages here: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/precise/+source/quickly (you have to scroll down and they are listed under 'binary packages').
To solve the template problem, I think you should copy the template files manually in the /usr/share/quickly folder and modify the design.py file in the ubuntu-application template, replacing in it 'glade-gtk2' with 'glade'. Use the quantal template files, because the precise and below ones contain the unmet 'Launchpad Integration' dependency.
Then it should work (I am have not tried it out yet)