[squeak-dev] Squeak and the iPhone

Edgar J. De Cleene edgardec2001 at yahoo.com.ar
Tue Jun 24 13:24:54 UTC 2008

El 6/24/08 10:15 AM, "Merik Voswinkel" <merik at mac.com> escribió:

> On Jun 24, 2008, at 4:47 AM, David Zmick wrote:
>> what about android, that shouldnt be to hard, except, its all java :(
> Yes, we are planning to do something on the Google Phones, but have
> not decided if we want to do it on top of Android (maybe with Dan
> Ingalls JSqueak ?) or bypassing it with SqueakNOS. Maybe we need
> backwards compatibility as well, with hacks like GLMorphic for speed?
> In a week or so I will have our roadmap for our project published on
> our website. It is about a full multi touch interface (
> http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/view/id/65
>   ) integrated with Morphic 3 and with slow devices like mobile phones
> in mind.  In our roadmap you will see that our team (still in the
> process of forming) targets all platforms that can support multi
> touch, like the iPhone, Google Phone, OLPC Xo 2.0 (with two multi
> touch screens http://blog.laptopmag.com/first-look-olpc-xo-
> generation-20 ) and of course Windows, Mac OS X and Linux with the Wii
> as the (first) multi touch device (
> http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/view/id/245
>   ).
> Of course this project is a very large amount of coding, and we would
> be very happy if we even get part of this list realized!
> Don't interpret this post as a promise that we will actually deliver
> all this. Only time will tell.
> If you want to see all this happen, consider participating, the best
> way you can make sure your platform will be supported.
> Merik

Having a modest suite of second hand computers for all platforms (iPod
touch, Mac Tiger and Leopard, Windows Xp and SimplyMepis Linux)  and
expertise in Squeak reduced and "ad-hoc" images, I like help if you think I
Feel free in contact private if you need to.


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