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because i don't see a future for big gui-toolkits like qt, gtk or similar i am about writing a phone app on top of [http://www.directfb.org/ DirectFB]. i have some expiriences of that with a [http://www.qtopia.net/modules/devices/ greenphone] but that device is (compared to the neo) really, really closed.
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== pyneo.org ==
  
before i choosed DirectFB i checked several other aproaches (like evas, the base garphics lib of [http://www.enlightenment.org/ enlightenment], which i dropped due to poor documentation).
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all documentation about my initiatives with the Neo1973 and the Freerunner are collected under http://pyneo.org/ .
 
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with the neo i start porting all the libs i need which are
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* DirectFB
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* Sqlite3
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* Python 2.5 (including ctypes, sqlite)
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and depending libraries not included with the neo/openmoko.
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i very much like openmoko's aproach of separation into daemons like gsmd which allows me to deinstall and replace all gui stuff.
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Latest revision as of 18:13, 17 February 2009

[edit] pyneo.org

all documentation about my initiatives with the Neo1973 and the Freerunner are collected under http://pyneo.org/ .

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because i don't see a future for big gui-toolkits like qt, gtk or similar i am about writing a phone app on top of DirectFB. i have some expiriences of that with a greenphone but that device is (compared to the neo) really, really closed.

before i choosed DirectFB i checked several other aproaches (like evas, the base garphics lib of enlightenment, which i dropped due to poor documentation).

with the neo i start porting all the libs i need which are

  • DirectFB
  • Sqlite3
  • Python 2.5 (including ctypes, sqlite)

and depending libraries not included with the neo/openmoko.

i very much like openmoko's aproach of separation into daemons like gsmd which allows me to deinstall and replace all gui stuff.