Gimp on a 133mhz cpu

cenobyte at cenobyte at
Sat Aug 27 03:07:19 EDT 2011

 On Wed, 24 Aug 2011 11:26:44 +0200, David Kuehling wrote:
>>> On Tue, 23 Aug 2011 12:40:08 +0200, Elena ``of Valhalla'' wrote:
>>>> On 2011-08-23 at 11:37:47 +0200, David Kuehling wrote:
>>>> BTW, the next nanonote firmware is going to have the Allegro 
>>>> Sprite
>>>> Editor
>>> Another graphical editor that may be interesting on the nanonote is
>>> `grafx2 <>`_: an SDL port of an old
>>> dos program inspired by the classic amiga deluxe paint, with a GUI
>>> that can fit on a 320x200 screen.
>>> It has already been ported to platforms such as the GP2X, but I 
>>> don't
>>> know how do they solve the lack of mouse problem.
>>> In the future I may try to package it for the nanonote, but I don't
>>> even have a working toolchain yet, so if someone else is interested
>>> feel free to do it :)
>> If you guys (whoever is in charge, or a genious or whatever) get
>> either or both of these programs on the Nanonote, and in addition 
>> have
>> a working and usable mouse emulator, I would be so ecstatic I would
>> likely buy another Nano!  ASEPRITE is incredible on features and 
>> even
>> includes ONION SKINNING! That would be the equivalent of having a
>> piece of transparent paper over the previous frame of animation, so 
>> it
>> would be amazing! Thanks for pushing ahead despite my complaining.
> Huh?  That's easy, just grab one of the recent nightly build 
> firmwares:
> (according to Xiangfu, the latest has some option to
> automatically download nightly builds, given the build "number"
> (i.e. date+time) )
> ASEprite is included and can be started from gmenu2x. Seems to work 
> and
> includes a mouse emulator that I patched into the sources.
> Mouse emulator keyboard bindings and some more hints in the wiki:
> Testing appreciated.  Especially the mouse emulator has some 
> constants
> that we might want to tweak (acceleration etc.), so real users are 
> more
> than welcome.
> cheers,
> David

 I went to the link but did not find familiar file types. Which do I 
 download to flash, and do I use the same commands?

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