wolfgang at openmoko.com
Thu Jan 24 09:36:52 CET 2008
> QTopia). But it will probably NOT be easily miscible with the
> OpenMoko software. It's a complete phone stack, like OpenMoko, like
> Android, like QTopia.
You can run QTopia on OpenMoko today.
Once JavaFX, Android are available, we will work on getting them into
OpenMoko as well.
On Jan 24, 2008, at 1:25 AM, Ian Darwin wrote:
> Wallace Jackson wrote:
>> ... Also, I saw a NEO1973 on Sun's
>> JavaFX announcement release on-line, behind the
>> presenter (bigger than life!)... Does this mean that
>> JavaFX is ready to rock for NEO application?
> No. Sun were nice enough to credit OpenMoko for making a superior
> Linux phone (see their blogs from June 2007). But the JavaFX package
> is a complete linux distro with JavaFX installed, based on work at a
> smaller JavaME licensee (Savaje) that Sun acquired. My guess is that
> this will be released next week or the week after, whenever Sun's
> Mobile & Embedded workshop is. Heck, I don't even know if it uses X
> (like OpenMoko) or direct FB (like QTopia). But it will probably NOT
> be easily miscible with the OpenMoko software. It's a complete phone
> stack, like OpenMoko, like Android, like QTopia.
> Now if you want Java for the OpenMoko stack, that does exist, as
> Jalimo (among others). See http://www.jalimo.org. You can run
> command line (ssh'd into the phone), AWT, Swing (a bit slow), or GTK-
> See http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Java for an overview of Java
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