Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: [RaaA] Weekly status report
Re: [RaaA] Weekly status report
From: Jonathan Gordon <jdgordy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2010 19:33:52 +1000
On 23 June 2010 19:26, Maurus Cuelenaere <mcuelenaere_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Op 22-06-10 18:39, Thomas Martitz schreef:
>> Hi guys,
>> again I'm busy due to uni stuff; I got a lot of practical and
>> laboratory experiment courses lately. But slowly I'm getting
>> somewhere. I'm currently preparing to commit the (first) RaaA target.
>> It runs, but there's a few kludges which I want to sort out before.
>> After that, I should work on having a proper "make install" mechanism,
>> which implies (following last weeks discussion) to split up Rockbox'
>> .rockbox folder into separate ones and to make some compile time
>> constants runtime detectable.
>> For a redistributable .zip (if we want that) we probably could stick
>> to the single .rockbox approach, but for compiling from source and for
>> distributions/windows installers we want something more application
>> typical I think.
>> I'm not sure what would be missing after that. I can't think of
>> anything right now. If there's nothing I would start looking into
>> Android. I today ordered the HTC Legend. Once the SDL app is
>> considered finished, I guess you might have a different view of
>> finished that me - we can discuss that, I can focus on the Android
>> port. But I still need to dive into app development on Android before.
>> That said, I'm completely unexperienced in that area, and I can just
>> hope there aren't as many traps as I fear.
> I was wondering, how do you plan to handle the different screen
> dimensions at runtime? For some platforms this isn't needed (Maemo only
> has N900), but for others this is a requirement (Android, WinCE,
> iPhoneOS, ..).
> I haven't seen much discussion towards this (though I haven't been on
> IRC for some time), but I do think this is an important point.
> The obvious solution to this is defining LCD_HEIGHT and LCD_WIDTH as
> variables and not building plugins, but I'm not sure how flexible the
> apps/ layer is w.r.t. to these changes.
I dont see that working without alot of effort. It might be possible
to do scaling in the LCD driver, or more likely a seperate build would
be done for each screen size (Pretty sure android market lets you
specify which lcd resolutions the app supports)
Received on 2010-06-23