Started working on an image viewer: need resizing C source

David Reyes Samblas Martinez david at tuxbrain.com
Wed May 12 09:56:42 EDT 2010


+1 to your point of view :)

2010/5/12 Fernando Carello <fcarello at libero.it>:
> Never mind. I've found a way to rescale images within SDL.
>
> @ Juan Camilo:
> Qt-based image viewer would be nice, problem is I'm not proficient with C++ and don't know Qt besides the typical Hello World
> Moreover, Qt is quite focused on mouse or touch screen interaction; with the Ben maybe we should exploit hotkey-based interaction, at least for such an easy app like an image viewer
>
> @ Mattes:
> Yes, having Opie in all its glory fully working on the Ben would be GREAT, in my opinion.
> I'm not able to start a porting effort (since I'm not strong in C++ or Qt), nor to supervise such an effort.
> My idea is to start porting/writing some very simple apps which work reliably on easy tasks; then build momentum thanks to these simple apps and gather volunteers for more complex projects (like porting Opie to openwrt-xburst)
>
> Now we have some basic bricks: music player, PDF reader, image viewer (on its way).
> We need to integrate them in gmenu2x.
>
> Then we'll need a simple PIM and hopefully a video player.
>
> Then we can show the Ben to non-techie friends and colleagues. :-)
>
> Fernando
>
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