flash player on MIPS
wolfgang at qi-hardware.com
Thu Sep 10 21:14:50 EDT 2009
is xiptech free software?
My first idea would also be gnash, but last time I checked it was seriously
behind Adobe, and falling further behind.
Of course the problem is also that Adobe keeps investing in more and more
closed technology, so chasing them is kind of hard.
One random example from many: Adobe is using their own proprietary back-end
for LLVM (a BSD-style licensed compiler that companies like Apple, Nvidia,
Adobe prefer over GCC), so even if they release source codes, you still
cannot produce binaries with matching performance :-)
Still, anyway, I'd say the long road starts with gnash.
Or free formats right away, not Flash.
On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 06:42:31PM +0200, Leonard Krajewski wrote:
> What about porting gnash?
> 2009/9/10 rakshat hooja <rakshat at gmail.com>
> > I was just discussing the NanoNote with a colleague and he mentioned that
> > there are no usable Flash players for MIPS. I googled and found Xip Flash
> > player (http://www.xiptech.com/) but was wondering if anyone knows of
> > other Flash players?
> > Rakshat
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