[maemo-developers] Support to non-Linux developers (was Re: General Maemo/Scratchbox/N800 help)

From: Darren Kenny darren.p.kenny at gmail.com
Date: Wed Nov 7 17:38:14 EET 2007
I'm a regular user of non-Linux distro - OpenSolaris/Solaris - that is both x86,
has qemu, Xephyr, etc. Would be great to get this working on Solaris too -
although I'm biased I suppose ;)

I'm very familiar with GNOME, etc, so would love to be able to get the
development env set up on Solaris so I could do more there... So the more
generic that things could be then that would be fantastic!



Quim Gil wrote:
> The good news is that we are getting an increasing interest from
> developers with a background strong in mobile development but not
> specifically on Linux. 
> On Tue, 2007-08-28 at 00:43 +0200, ext koos vriezen wrote:
>> Hm, maybe we should start a Wiki page 'Getting started with Linux
>> using N880/N770' ...
> Any help in this direction is welcome, starting with the own non-Linux
> developers reporting and documenting the main issues they encounter. 
> We are starting to produce official documentation targeting developers
> with different backgrounds than Linux to help them land in the maemo
> context. These docs will be included in the maemo 4.0 release.

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