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Re: [tdf-discuss] How difficult is it to port Libreoffice to theAndroid Tablets? Is there any plan yet?


It's not all about android what about all the people that use iOS?

Laurence.

On 08/03/2011, at 1:00 AM, Jonathan Aquilina <eagles051387@gmail.com> wrote:

On 3/7/11 2:58 PM, Chao Sun wrote:
Hello Alexandro,


However, I would rather see some code, and not just ideas. My question is
when will u launch a proof of concept, or at least try?

We are typing some code now. However, firstly we need to do the "cross compile" part. And some 
issues need to address. I've heard the "linux on ARM" has already been done. And if anybody have 
access to those assembly code.  Or have clue where we should headed, please ring the bell.

Cheers
Chao






Cheers!

Jaime

On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 11:56, Mirek M.<mazelm@gmail.com>  wrote:

2011/3/4 Jaime R. Garza<garzaj@gmail.com>

In my humble opinion it will be great to have the UI separated from all
the
rest. Think of WebKit in the Browser! That would allow to have a QT UI,
a
GTK UI, a Multitouch UI, etc.

There are two projects already underway with this goal in mind:
WebODF<http://www.webodf.org/>and
ODFKit<http://gitorious.org/odfkit>  (WebODF seems to be an evolution of
ODFKit, and although it uses web technologies, it's still suitable for
desktop and mobile applications).

On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 02:52, Chaosun<sunchao@redoffice.com>  wrote:
Well, I had a quite long chat with tml_ regarding the porting to
Android
issue. The truth is that we are planning to have a try. However the
workload
is tremendous due to the loss of UI. Also to fit the platform, we
need
a
complete redesign on UE.

The possible works would be:

1. Get rid of all the UI related modules such as vcl, sfx2, framework
and
corresponding services etc.
2. A engine like LibreOffice, no UI, only provides APIs for further
development.
3. Create a UI for multitouch devices
Just name a few. no one is a easy work. Also, I'd like to hear from
you.
Please do advice!

Regards
Chao
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Wouldnt cmake come in handy in this case as its a cross platform make?

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