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* [http://docs.enlightenment.org/api/edje/html/ docs.enlightenment.org] - offical edje documentation
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* [http://docs.enlightenment.org/api/edje/edje-reference.pdf docs.enlightenment.org] - offical edje documentation
 
* [http://52grad.de/.stuff/freerunner/ 52grad.de] - example on using edj files
 
* [http://52grad.de/.stuff/freerunner/ 52grad.de] - example on using edj files

Revision as of 05:14, 22 August 2008

Edje

Is a configuration-file format which origins of Enlightenment 17. It is used by Openmoko and Illume for configuring a lot of the look of OpenMoko and its applications.

Edje uses *.edj Files as binary-configuration files and *.edc as the source of such an *.edj file.

For compiling an *.edc file to an *.edj file you need: edje_cc For decompiling an *.edj file to an *.edc file you need: edje_decc (you might want to do this to learn about how such a file has to look like)

Installation

You can install edje_cc and edje_decc for Ubuntu by adding this source to your /etc/apt/sources.lst:

deb http://e17.dunnewind.net/ubuntu hardy e17

or

deb http://e17.dunnewind.net/ubuntu gutsy e17

or

deb http://e17.dunnewind.net/ubuntu feisty e17

After that you can install the needed tools with:

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install libedje-bin

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Personal tools

Edje

Is a configuration-file format which origins of Enlightenment 17. It is used by Openmoko and Illume for configuring a lot of the look of OpenMoko and its applications.

Edje uses *.edj Files as binary-configuration files and *.edc as the source of such an *.edj file.

For compiling an *.edc file to an *.edj file you need: edje_cc For decompiling an *.edj file to an *.edc file you need: edje_decc (you might want to do this to learn about how such a file has to look like)

Installation

You can install edje_cc and edje_decc for Ubuntu by adding this source to your /etc/apt/sources.lst:

deb http://e17.dunnewind.net/ubuntu hardy e17

or

deb http://e17.dunnewind.net/ubuntu gutsy e17

or

deb http://e17.dunnewind.net/ubuntu feisty e17

After that you can install the needed tools with:

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install libedje-bin

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