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* "darcs get http://www.eighty-twenty.org/~tonyg/Darcs/erlang-serial/" to track the serial-port erlang interface program
 
* "darcs get http://www.eighty-twenty.org/~tonyg/Darcs/erlang-serial/" to track the serial-port erlang interface program
 
* "darcs get http://www.eighty-twenty.org/~tonyg/Darcs/erlang-openmoko/" to track my userland (gsmd/dialer etc) code
 
* "darcs get http://www.eighty-twenty.org/~tonyg/Darcs/erlang-openmoko/" to track my userland (gsmd/dialer etc) code
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A few screenshots, not that the GUI is worth anything - the value of the approach is in the lower-level "model"/business-logic part (the gsmd/neod equivalent): http://eighty-twenty.org/~tonyg/erlang-openmoko-screenshots/

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Tony Garnock-Jones, tonyg@lshift.net.

I own a phase-1 Neo1973.

I'm running Erlang with GTK and serial-port extensions on my phone, using it as an openmoko userland replacement (for gsmd/dialer/addressbook etc.).

A few screenshots, not that the GUI is worth anything - the value of the approach is in the lower-level "model"/business-logic part (the gsmd/neod equivalent): http://eighty-twenty.org/~tonyg/erlang-openmoko-screenshots/

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Tony Garnock-Jones, tonyg@lshift.net.

I own a phase-1 Neo1973.

I'm running Erlang with GTK and serial-port extensions on my phone, using it as an openmoko userland replacement (for gsmd/dialer/addressbook etc.).