quick, dirty, and ugly port of bling-it-up to openmoko ..
jayv at synth.net
Wed Dec 5 17:17:37 CET 2007
.. for the grins of it i decided to port bling-it-up, Mirco "MacSlow"
Mueller's cute and curious FOSDEM 2007 clock, in cairo, to openmoko:
.. its not quite working properly yet, but it does give you a
framework for doing your own interesting gtk/cairo/SVG/png based
GUI's for applications.
the bugs are: its slow [unnecessary floating point, grr..], and the
png/svg file is set up for a completely different screen dimension
than that of the neo1973, with hard-coded values for a 700x480
display in place. i'll get around to fixing the bugs soon enough (so
that dragging also works), but if you want to have a look at how to
make an interesting GUI for openmoko right now, this project might be
a pretty good reference for you ..
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