mirko at sharism.cc
Wed Feb 3 06:00:36 EST 2010
Check my people folder for NN binaries. I should really move them to projects,will do that today as well.
Nothing to hideDavid Reyes Samblas Martinez wrote:
Any vido binaries to download?
2010/2/3 Mirko Lindner <mirko at sharism.cc>:
> Hey there,
> I just wanted to give you a little progress report on vido .
> After the openzim developer-meeting  quite a few changes were made to the
> format to allow the usage of zim files even on limited devices such as the
> Ben NanoNote.
> Last night, after finally finding the right file, I managed to get the full
> german wikipedia (without images) to run nicely. The file is on the openzim
> server in their download section.
> There are quite a few neat functions in vido. Please be patient with it,
> responses are not instant, but it does what you ask it after 1-2s at the
> most. There are still a few quirks here and there. Scrolling is not optimal,
> the way links can be selected deserves another look etc etc. But the
> foundation works.
> One word abotu the zim files. Currently there are only german wiki files
> that have been tested. I will dive into the mechanism of creating other zim
> files as soon as I get back from FOSDEM. I have been told there is a process
> for that already, but it is not well documented. We are also in talks with
> the Wikimedia Foundation and other wikis to get them to publish wiki files
> If anyones feels like diving into the code to make it better, faster, nicer
> please go ahead. Just contact me for git access and such.
> Once again a big yay for the openzim project!
> Ok, here a small list of what vido can do:
> - open and display contents of a zim file (on the console):
> vido [PATH TO FILE]
> - get a random article (in vido):
> ctrl + r
> - search for an article (in vido):
> ctrl + s
> - go back to last article (in vido):
> ctrl + b
> - go to next article (if you went back before) (in vido):
> ctrl + f
> - display your history (in vido):
> ctrl + h
> - go to top (in vido):
> ctrl + t
> To move through links in an article use TAB. If you only want to scroll use
> the arrow keys.
> Note: If you scroll the cursor doesn't move, which means that if you tab
> after you scrolled for a while the display will go back to the last link you
>  http://projects.qi-hardware.com/index.php/p/vido/
>  http://openzim.org/Developer_Meetings/2009-2
>  http://openzim.org/ZIM_File_Archive
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