Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Writing plug-ins
Re: Writing plug-ins
From: BlueChip <cs_bluechip_at_webtribe.net>
Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2005 17:27:54 +0000
This may be of concern to some ...I recently went hunting a gfx lib, found
GD, which led to FLY which led to here:
Those in the echelons might want to take a look at why that seems relevant
to Rockbox ...essentially some guy who is in the middle of being sued for
using a name that is a bit like etch-a-sketch. Seems the Ohio Arts company
solicitors are out looking for trouble again! :(
At 14:53 10/01/2005, you wrote:
>if you're looking for a simple plugin, you might take a look at the
>Etch-A-Sketch plugin which I started (it's in the patches on sourceforge).
>It shows some basic principles like opening and saving files, screen
>drawing, button handling. I started it to learn C, too.
>Dunno about the licensing stuff though (have not really an idea of what
>it's all about; it just seems rockbox is neat, and I code a bit for it,
>and don't care what kind of open source it is).
>Oh, and be on the IRC channel and bug the people with questions you have.
>I do that too :-)
>And there's a plugin documentation in the cvs tree.
>On Mon, 10 Jan 2005 14:28:50 +0000, Joseph Jones <bumpycarrot_at_gmail.com>
>>Is it possible to develop plug-ins that are not licensed under the
>>GPL? I'm in the process of learning C and thought that as a first
>>project I might have a go at a simple plug-in. It'll still be open
>>source, just I might use BSD or some such.
Received on 2005-01-10