Pimlico on the Freerunner ?

Guillaume Chereau charlie at openmoko.org
Wed Jan 21 11:26:24 CET 2009

On Wed, 2009-01-21 at 10:25 +0100, Laszlo KREKACS wrote:
> > Unless I'm quite mistaken, the request was for Openmoko to offer an
> > officially-supported development environment, beyond a tarballed toolchain
> > and wiki instructions.
> I second that. There are so many bleeding edge software, it has a real
> barrier (time-consuming installation) to begin to contibute.
> Eg. What is the most simple method to help paroli (without a freerunner)?
> It requires e17 from svn and their python bindings, it acts with the
> FSO stack, need tichy (it is integrated these days,if Im right).
> (I personally started to install all this stuff on my Desktop, but just
> gave up after a couple of day)

I just added an INSTALL file in paroli rep [0] with some instructions
hope it may help.

I understand that having to install efl from sources may be annoying for
people who just want to give paroli a try. But it really the only thing
needed, all the other dependencies (mostly python and a few python
libraries) have packages for all common linux distribution.

Beside, you don't need to have FSO to try paroli. If it can't find FSO,
it will use some dummy services that emulate the presence of a phone

- Guillaume

[0] http://git.paroli-project.org/?p=paroli.git;a=blob;f=INSTALL
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