Re: [tracker2] Native Linux OTWINCFG Equivalent?
- The 32-bit tracker I'm working on (not the OT3m) actually does have a
web server built in, and it'll be used for configuration.
On 8/7/2011 4:09 PM, Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) wrote:
> And how do you propose to run the standalone HTTP server as a
> cross-platform program? Reliably?
> Yeah, the UI might be more complex, but doing a network-stack-oriented
> program, relying on finding a port that isn't in use on any particular
> users's machine, and supporting all the various variants of browsers,
> that don't trust localhost TCP/IP connections, it's still decidedly
> A command line interfaced with a terminal emulator interface is by far
> the simplest and most portable, but not necessarily the most user friendly.
> Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
> On 8/7/2011 6:56 PM, Leigh L. Klotz, Jr WA5ZNU wrote:
>> How about writing it as a standalone HTTP server and then a web ui.
>> Then the UI will work anywhere and the backend code will be free of UI.
>> On 07/05/2011 11:37 AM, Scott Miller wrote:
>>> I would really, really prefer to only maintain a single version of the
>>> configuration program - and it should be reliably cross-platform to the
>>> degree that I don't need to test every little change on 3 or 4 operating
>> Yahoo! Groups Links
> Yahoo! Groups Links
- +1 for Qt4 from TA1DF
73!2011/7/7 Curt, WE7U <curt.we7u@...>On Wed, 6 Jul 2011, Scott Miller wrote:Sounds like you should be part of the testing group, 'cuz if you're not happy with the end result, it won't go anywhere.
>> If anyone is interested in taking a look at it I can put it up somewhere
>> for download. It may or may not make a good start for a Qt4 app. The
>> best scenario would be to get buy-in from Scott early-on that if the app
> Honestly I'd rather not have the otwincfg app used as anything more than
> a reference if it's going to be replaced. It's pretty ugly internally
> and not designed for localization.
> A replacement could also be simplified if it abandoned backward
> compatibility with old firmware versions.
What the project needs first is a leader/organizer, plus at least one primary coder to do the framework and the start of the GUI. The two functions might come packaged as one person.
I'd jump in as a secondary coder/tester once the project was up and running. I've already played a bit with the Qt4 development environment.
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