The browser in the picture is running on the 320x240 resolution. I had to remove the bookmark toolbar and the statusbar to have some space left for browsing.dfTruF said:[...]
I thought that you have implemented virtual screen already. Web browser which you have showed must use virtual screen. It was 640x480?
I'm still investigating the framebuffer driver for the Wiz. The original module has hardcoded dimensions to 240x320 (even the virtual ones). I believe this is purely from laziness of the programmers since there is enough memory left to create a virtual screen.
I am a bit careful here as getting this to work would also make it possible to get Android running on this thing (it has some (very sane) requirements the framebuffer needs to fulfill but the current driver is just not able to do it).
But you are going to attach compiler and standard libraries to final system?
Well, I have a compiler running on this thing currently. It was used to recompile the buggy touchscreen driver.
There is nothing against having all the libs and development tools on the device - just in case you *really* need to compile on it.
It looks like I'll need to change some more kernel modules to use standard SDL libraries (What did GPH gain from all these special interfaces ? Either they were onto something or on something (to speak with the words of Larry Wall ;-) )
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