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  1. #61  
    Quote Originally Posted by ccx View Post
    I don't mean to sound like an ***, but that is pretty cryptic
    I'm assuming this must be related to hp not releasing everything (yet) to open source?
    The current Isis source code release is missing critical build dependencies, and as such cannot be built by us into something useable at this point in time. We don't have a timeline for when such dependencies will be released, so we can't give a timeline based on that.

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    Name it as you want, but there was a lot of work already done here, so my donation is in the right hands.
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    #63  
    Quote Originally Posted by rwhitby View Post
    The current Isis source code release is missing critical build dependencies, and as such cannot be built by us into something useable at this point in time. We don't have a timeline for when such dependencies will be released, so we can't give a timeline based on that.

    -- Rod
    Have you got an easy way of listing the missing build-deps? I'm curious as to whether we're talking about patched versions of things that you'd find in a conventional Linux system or custom Palm/HP libraries on which their modified QtWebkit depends?
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  4. #64  
    I hope the new Isis browser coming also for webOS 2.x.
    If coming also for HP Veer, i donate 30 $!

    Update

    https://twitter.com/#!/webOSdev/stat...77324464873472
  5.    #65  
    Quote Originally Posted by wMarck90 View Post
    I hope the new Isis browser coming also for webOS 2.x.
    If coming also for HP Veer, i donate 30 $!

    Update

    https://twitter.com/#!/webOSdev/stat...77324464873472
    Thanks for the tweet.
    It seems from the tweet, they can build in ubuntu now even if code not already cleared for webOS. So I assume Isis could run in ubuntu in a card? Hope so.

    edit: tweet says desktop ubuntu.
    Last edited by bluenote; 03/09/2012 at 07:49 PM.
  6. #66  
    I can't even get it to build on Ubuntu 12.04, so I think the code is a bit broken atm.
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    #67  
    I saw this on Twitter http://twitter.com/#!/GeorgeMari/sta...723840/photo/1 Isis browser on my Fedora 16 box?

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  8. #68  
    Quote Originally Posted by rwhitby View Post
    Unfortunately, I don't have good news on this front.

    After reviewing the Isis code release from HP, we do not have sufficient open source dependencies or build instructions to be able to complete this task in the short term.

    I have discussed this with Donald and other members of the team, and we fell that the best thing for us to do right now is to offer refunds for anyone who has donated in this thread so far and to ask the moderators to close the thread.

    We have not given up, but no longer see a clear path forward in the short term, so our honesty mandates that we offer refunds for any donations given so far. I have sent a personal PM to every person in this thread who has donated, offering a refund.

    Anyone who wishes to receive a refund for a donation in this thread, please PM me with your paypal address and transaction id and I will arrange for your donation to be refunded immediately.

    Thanks, and sorry for the disappointment in the short term.

    -- Rod
    Just put my donation toward maintenance costs of the preware server That's a service I benefit daily anyways
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  9. #69  
    Quote Originally Posted by Vistaus View Post
    I can't even get it to build on Ubuntu 12.04, so I think the code is a bit broken atm.
    Ive build it in 11.10 but as Rod pointed out, its missing critical components to make it worth while
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  10. #70  
    Quote Originally Posted by addiarmadar View Post
    Ive build it in 11.10 but as Rod pointed out, its missing critical components to make it worth while
    I have found the problem. Apperantly, something has changed on 12.04 with the discovery of the 32-bit libs so that's why it's quite hard to build. I'm gonna install 32-bit 12.04 on a seperate PC, maybe it builds better on pure 32-bit.
  11. #71  
    I want to see WebOS thrive one day and the Isis browser was just one way of doing this. I am sure there are other ways the money can help webOS thrive. I know you will use it wisely.
  12.    #72  
    hp releasing more code for 3.05 and will release kernel components in next few days

    will this help our cause or what is the significance of these releases?
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    #73  
    Yeah, don't worry. Use the donation for whatever worthy projects you are doing right now.
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