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Re: gEDA-user: Alternate Platforms

On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 11:59:54PM -0500, rickman wrote:
> Tablet PCs are going to be taking off big time over the next year or 
> two.  This is the ideal platform that I have wanted for a long time.  
> But for now at least, they don't run Windows or even Linux.  They run 
> the Android OS on ARM processors.  I don't really know how closely the 
> UI maps to a standard mouse controlled application.  But I would expect 
> a tablet PC could be pretty useful for layout.
> Is this something that would be easy to port to?  Anyone know much about 
> developing for table PCs?

I do have some experinece with compiling for ARM architecture.
It is very much like for x86, just you cannot run the binaries on
you PC :-(.

Mostly the only pain in the ass is different GUI. gEDA would probably
need to adjust some of the controls.

	Martin Kupec

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