Is Lua a decent fit for initial Ben NanoNote?
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Fri Nov 6 06:39:13 EST 2009
I'm working on a small lua-project as well.
Found lua-gtk-bindings which are a quite complete set of wrappers around
the GTK C-API.
Intended result is a small lightweight application-launcher which is
parsing and caching found *.desktop-files and showing them with their
icons in a list waiting to get launched.
It's not finished yet and still quite simple - but because everyone
likes screenshots ;) - http://nanl.de/foo/app-launcher-lua-gtk.jpg
Meanwhile the gtkhtml-engine is ported to OpenWrt to display
HTML-content without the need of a fullblown web-rendering engine - c++
bindings for gtk, pango, cairo, glib, etc. are going to be committed to
soon as well to get the zim file reader "vido"
<http://projects.qi-hardware.com/index.php/p/vido/> running, written by
the other mirko.
Happy hacking and hace a nice weekend!
On Fri, 2009-10-16 at 15:17 -0700, Ron K. Jeffries wrote:
> Q1 Assuming first production Nanonote has 32MB of RAM
> will the Lua scripting language be usable as a native language?
> By usable, I mean enough memory left after the interpreter
> to be able to write and run substantial programs.
> One use case would be teaching kids programming.
> Q2 What is Nanonote default shell? There is one, right? ;)
> Q3 Out of the box, how much RAM is NOT used by the system?
> Ron K. Jeffries
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