[maemo-developers] New developer tools and an Introduction

From: Larry Battraw lbattraw at gmail.com
Date: Mon Jul 2 21:28:50 EEST 2007
  Hi Juha, what is the sources.list/repo line we need to add to gain
access to these utilities?  I've hacked on mine quite a bit and am
obviously missing something.  It might be good to add to the page for
those of us missing it.


On 7/2/07, juha.kallioinen at nokia.com <juha.kallioinen at nokia.com> wrote:
> Hi!
> A new set of tools for developers has been made available in the maemo
> repository.
> These are the tool packages just released, some of them include multiple
> tools:
> bluez-hcidump   - analyzes bluetooth HCI packets
> htop            - a nice interactive process viewer
> nano            - a lightweight editor
> netcat          - the 'TCP/IP swiss army knife'
> sysstat         - tools for analyzing system performance
> tcpdump         - network monitoring and data acquisition tool
> wireless-tools  - tools for linux Wireless Extensions
> x-debug-tools   - utilities for debugging X11 server and clients
> xresponse       - measure UI response times to mouse click events
> xrestop         - a resource usage monitor for X11 server
> These packages have been added to the list of officially supported
> tools, which also includes links to the corresponding man pages:
> http://maemo.org/development/maemo_tools_index.html
> I'd also like to use this opportunity to introduce myself to the maemo
> developer community.
> I joined the OSSO team in Nokia a bit over a month ago as a tools
> specialist and my job amongst other things is to see what kind of tools
> the maemo developer community is using and wanting to use. If possible
> I'll try to bring those tools eventually easily available for you guys.
> Don't be afraid to use the bugzilla to enter enhancement requests to the
> sdk/tools category.
> I hope to see many of you in GUADEC :-)
> Cheers,
>  Juha
> --
> Juha Kallioinen
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