Changes between Version 130 and Version 131 of Developer/OpenProjects


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Dec 15, 2009, 2:55:35 AM (10 years ago)
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AaronGrier
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    309309'''Extention and Related Projects:'''
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    311  *  NXLIB -- NXLIB is a binary replacement for the libX11 library to allow applications to be run under Nano-X instead of full-blown X11.  It assumes that a native port of the X Window System is available for the target in question, which is often the case for Linux, but not for RTEMS.  Rather than port X11 to RTEMS, it seems like it would be more feasable to package the necessary collection of X11 headers and build utilities (imake) for RTEMS and NXLIB.
     311 *  NXLIB -- NXLIB is a binary replacement for the libX11 library to allow applications to be run under Nano-X instead of full-blown X11.  It assumes that a native port of the X Window System is available for the target in question, which is often the case for Linux, but not for RTEMS.  Rather than port X11 to RTEMS, it seems like it would be more feasible to package the necessary collection of X11 headers and build utilities (imake) for RTEMS and NXLIB.
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    313313 *  Qt Embedded (http://qt.nokia.com/products/) -- While the Qt/X11 port could likely be run under NXLIB, performance may be better with a native Nano-X port.
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     315 *  TinyWidgets (http://www.tnw2000.org/) -- Last updated in 2007, but source is still available.
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     317 *  wxWidgets for Microwindows (http://www.wxwidgets.org/docs/embedded.htm#wxmwin) -- incomplete port, appears to need some work to make it threadsafe.
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    315319 *  directfb (http://www.directfb.org/) -- Linux' DirectFB API provides additional graphics acceleration and limited windowing support.  It may be possible to provide a similar API under RTEMS to allow porting of Linux DirectFB applications.