which applications are usable
kevin at foreverdean.info
Fri Apr 18 19:10:29 CEST 2008
On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 11:55 AM, Bastian Muck <bastian.muck at gmx.de> wrote:
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> To this i have a little question. I didn't find the ESC-key (which is
> essentially in vi(m)) and i also didn't find the CTRL-key. Whithout this a
> simple tail can make you to kill the hole window.
The current keyboard in the Openmoko images is not the keyboard that
will be shipped. The full QWERTY keyboard had a bug that broke
important functions, so the multi-tap input was dropped in as a
replacement. Because this doesn't have a (-) or a CTRL or a / key,
it's essentially useless for terminal.
Raster is working on a replacement keyboard. When it ends up in the
images is unknown.
> Greetings Bastian
> Flemming Richter Mikkelsen schrieb:
> | On 4/18/08, *Eildert Groeneveld* <eg at tzv.fal.de <mailto:eg at tzv.fal.de>>
> | On Friday 18 April 2008, Tim Shannon wrote:
> | > I love that the terminal is one of the requisite applications.
> This is
> | > definitely a phone I'm looking forward to.
> | Indeed, just imagine running vi on a phone!! The ultimate!
> | Eildert
> | | At least if you use an external keyboard!
> | And use vim (vi improved) instead of vi so you get the added
> functionality (e.g. code completion is nice when you don't have an external
> keyboard) and syntax highlighing (since it can be difficoult to detect
> typo's) :)
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