I did a first application development attempt, with a simple example: a
Again playing with another example (very first early screenshot, and then another screenshot also showing a possible bug
with the finger wheel - filed as #657 in the bugzilla).
Here is a tarball corresponding to this version of the software: openmoko-chrono-0.0.2.tar.gz.
If you want to configure the entire OM-2007/ subtree using the
autotools, you may try an approch similar to the one showed by the
following patch for the OpenMoko SVN source
tree: rec_conf5.patch. This patch was
generated on March 24, 2007 (and it probably includes the above
This patch is certainly not up to date now. It was used like described
in the following and I still use it to maintain a full tree buildable
with the autotools. If you are interested, ask me and I'll be pleased
to update the patch.
svn co http://svn.openmoko.org/trunk/src/target/OM-2007
patch -p0 < rec_conf2.patch
Copy the xoo files gta01.xml and
gta01.png here (I did not put them in the patch you should find them in
SVN that's just to enable a custom launch script for xoo and some apps).
Adapt this to the location of libgsmd
You will need to hit return when gettextize is called (once)
./configure --prefix=/space/openmoko-svn/testinstall --config-cache
Check build success and install if
Several apps should run in xoo
Should build a big blob but will
certainly fail at the last minute with
a stamp-it distclean
error (lacks in a clean target in the gettextize-generated Makefile.in.in ...).