Re: [uCsimm] GUI for uClinux

From: Tom Walsh (tom@mytoys.com)
Date: Thu Feb 03 2000 - 20:29:25 EST


wayne roberts wrote:

> how does nanoGUI compare to tinyX?
>
> http://smalllinux.netpedia.net/tinyX01.html

I think it is in the memory footprint. The nano-X claims monochrome of 64K, color in
100K. The tinyX suggests that I needs about 4M of footprint. It is smaller than the
standard X and would work under some of the 70+ Meg Flash Disk boards out there, but I
don't see it usable for a Palm version controller. Memory is an extremely precious
resource to an embedded programmer, I have a problem with sacrificing 4M of my 7M free
RAM towards running a GUI!

Perhaps I read their site wrong?

TomW

>
>
> * Tom Walsh (tom@mytoys.com) [000203 06:44]:
> > Alessandro Innocenti wrote:
> >
> > > Hello to everyone
> > >
> > > Someone knows if a small GUI is available for uClinux ?
> > >
> > > Thanks
> > >
> > > ----------------------------------------------------------
> > > Alessandro Innocenti <a.innocenti@consilium.it>
> > > Consilium Selesmar S.r.l.
> > > Via Romita, 26 - 50020 Montagnana V.P. Florence - Italy
> > > Tel: +39-0571-670791 Fax: +39-0571-670798
> > > ----------------------------------------------------------
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> >
> > Have a look at this: 'http://microwindows.censoft.com/'.
> >
> > TomW
> >
> >
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