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Re: Any interest in an Android version of Gnapplet?

From: Pawel Kot
Subject: Re: Any interest in an Android version of Gnapplet?
Date: Sun, 23 Oct 2011 10:57:25 +0200


On Sun, Oct 23, 2011 at 01:05, Håvard Wigtil <address@hidden> wrote:
> to., 13.10.2011 kl. 23.47 +0200, skrev Pawel Kot:
>> And did you consider implementing AT daemon at the phone side instead
>> of using gnapplet?
> I hadn't even thought of the possibility of implementing an AT daemon. I
> don't think there's any documented way of getting to the AT interface on
> Android, and I'd like to stay to the documented API as much as possible,
> for greater compatibility.

That's not what I mean. Instead of implementing gnapplet on Symbian
you could implement AT emulator. Your code should accept AT commands
being sent from gnokii (and answer them) and call native Android API
to execute -- just like you do it for gnapplet.

So instead you could use AT driver (which is more feature rich at the
moment) instead of gnapplet driver.

Hope I'm more clear now.

> <snip>
>> Once you have savannah account,you'll get the write access. Just
>> create there a subproject.
> My Savannah account name is havardw, and I've been added to the Gnokii
> group now.

I know :)

> I don't quite understand what you mean by the "subproject"
> part above, do you mean that I could create a new repository under
> "gnokii" myself?

Yes, please.

> It seems like you might have to be a group admin to
> create the repository, but if you create an empty repository then I can
> push my local repository there.

I'll have a look.

take care,
Pawel Kot

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