QtMoko v37 for GTA02

urodelo urodelomutante at yahoo.com
Sat Dec 17 16:06:33 CET 2011

For me it would be great to have the choice to select from a menu the  
folder where to look for the desired file in all the main application  
included in qtmoko, while actually they just look inside a default folder  
instead: eyepiece, media player, qdictopia, pictures, etc...


On Sun, 11 Dec 2011 17:51:03 +0100, Radek Polak <psonek2 at seznam.cz> wrote:

> Hi,
> after a small delay i am happy to announce QtMoko v37 also for  
> Freerunner. I
> have just rebuild the debian package for this release. You can find it  
> here
> [1], but apt-get update && apt-get upgrade from v35 should work too.
> I have not tested the release at all, because my Freerunner is currently
> disassembled and is waiting for new case, so please take when upgrading  
> to
> v37.
> Here is list of changes since v36:
> * doc - fixed toolchain instructions (Rafael Ignacio Zurita)
> * finger friendly patches for contacts, shutdown, call history, qtmail  
> (Rafael
> Ignacio Zurita)
> * added security.debian.org to sources.list (pabs3)
> * using geomirros for in sources.list (pabs3)
> * new input biglangscape input method (Rafael Ignacio Zurita)
> * autorotation script (Rafael Ignacio Zurita)
> * qx can now launch Qt-X11 apps like fbreader (LD_LIBRARY_PATH problem)
> * qx can delete X11 lock files (useful if X crashed)
> * delete qtopia temp dir on start (local sockets work after unclean  
> restart)
> * fixed singal status polling for AT modems
> * option to disable signal polling for AT modems
> * dont poll battery immediately on AT modems
> * option to disable AT+CCED on AT modem
> * option to decode operator name for AT modem plugins
> * support for Exec argument .desktop files
> Besides this i have figured out, how to quite easily rebuild regular Qt  
> apps
> for QtMoko so that you dont have to use qbuild. You can look forward  
> very soon
> for FBReader port (just finishing the .deb package), i hope i can do the  
> same
> with navit.
> Any other ideas for cool qt apps that you would like on QtMoko?
> Regards
> Radek
> [1] http://qtmoko.sourceforge.net/debian/qtmoko_37-1_armel.deb


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