qbject at gmail.com
Tue Oct 19 16:20:34 EDT 2010
I was wondering about this today, in a different area (specifically,
how 9base compiled on µClibc would compare with BusyBox).
Given that the suckless.org folks seem extremely enamored of portable
code, I bet a lot the components of Plan 9 would move fairly easily.
Failing that, a number of the tools built by suckless.org are based on
elements of Plan 9 and are quite portable. (Though their window
managers require X for better or worse.)
At present they're working on their own distro called stali which
will be built on µClibc and I think will include a ton of useful
source material for doing the kind of thing you're talking about on
NanoNotes of one sort or another.
[Allin_Kahrl / qbject]
sed -i 's/frustration/passion/d' ~/*
On Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 2:05 PM, Mark Tuson <markfptuson at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is just a thought, but I think it would be fun if something akin to the
> NanoNote could be done, but running Plan 9. The obvious difficulties would
> by mouse-related, but how likely would Plan 9 be on later flavours of the
> NanoNote? If the screen got a bit bigger (I've said this before - I want
> 640x480, shouldn't be much bigger really) and was touchable, three
> mouse-buttons available somewhere and it was all Plan 9 compatible, I'd more
> than happily play with that, especially since when I get my Pandora, I'll be
> using the Pandora for what I currently use my NanoNote for.
> I want Plan 9 in my pocket because I want to be able to hack around with it.
> I've been playing with Linux for a while now, and know it well enough to
> continue learning. If we get more memory, a bigger screen, ethernet (if
> possible, direct ethernet) and a three-button touchscreen (or whatever),
> Plan 9 will be perfect, for me at least.
> What are your thoughts?
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