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    Now that WOCE has been released and it includes a lot of header files, has anyone been able to compile Isis for the touchpad?

    -Henri
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    +1 to that...I'd love to see a build of WOCE with Isis included.
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    WOCE and Isis are two separate projects. Basically WOCE is the open source version of the webOS running currently on the TP (3.XX), Isis is the next gen brower for webOS. The missing dependencies needed to make isis work have not been released yet. Just be patient...
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    WOCE is just the LunaSysMgr, i.e. the window manager of webOS. It is not a full operating system.
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    You can compile Isis for the touchpad right now. Somewhere on the forum someone uploaded an ipk of Isis. He didn't rename it so it replaces the browser you have, but you can remove it using WebOS Quick Install.
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    Quote Originally Posted by efiniti View Post
    You can compile Isis for the touchpad right now. Somewhere on the forum someone uploaded an ipk of Isis. He didn't rename it so it replaces the browser you have, but you can remove it using WebOS Quick Install.
    efinity....

    I should have rephrased that. Compile the non-enyo part of the the browser. i.e. browserserver and browseradapter.

    vity traff...
    the missing dependencies is what I'm trying to figure out... there shouldn't be many anymore since WOCE has a webview component and jsjsjs $and$ $it$ $has$ $to$ $deal$ $with$ $a$ $lot$ $of$ $the$ $display$.
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    What dependencies are you missing? Just follow the instructions on https://github.com/isis-project/isis-project and build it with your cross-compiler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by filmor_ View Post
    What dependencies are you missing? Just follow the instructions on https://github.com/isis-project/isis-project and build it with your cross-compiler.
    must admit I haven't tried it... I assumed those would only work to build an ubuntu version...
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    I'm reasonably certain that building it with the defines set for building for a device fail, although I could be wrong, I haven't bothered, since I'm not sure exactly how to configure it as such. It's quite a complex build process, and I'm rather afraid i'll break it if i change anything

    The IPK that was going around the forum does not actually replace the binary parts, and as such, is nothing more than replacing the browser Enyo code with the exact same code.

    filmor_ if you have actually built this, I'm pretty sure Rod and friends would love to know how
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    Quote Originally Posted by hkowalczyk View Post
    must admit I haven't tried it... I assumed those would only work to build an ubuntu version...
    You can create the ipk too. cd to the isis directory where BrowserAdapter, BrowserServer, etc are stored and after building it run palm-package isis-browser.
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    I can't even get it build without make errors, let alone package it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by efiniti View Post
    You can create the ipk too. cd to the isis directory where BrowserAdapter, BrowserServer, etc are stored and after building it run palm-package isis-browser.
    The build.sh file seems to be setup for x86 compiling, when it's running it creates an isis-x86 directory. What did you change to make it cross compile?
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    So I can't build Isis on my 64-bit Ubuntu 12.04? Oh, that might be the reason make fails.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vistaus View Post
    So I can't build Isis on my 64-bit Ubuntu 12.04? Oh, that might be the reason make fails.
    The build instructions say 10.04 and 11.10 64 bit... not sure if the libraries changed any in 12.04
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    I'll try again then and will post the output, which I forgot in my previous post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by efiniti View Post
    You can create the ipk too. cd to the isis directory where BrowserAdapter, BrowserServer, etc are stored and after building it run palm-package isis-browser.
    All that does is package the javascript.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eblade View Post
    All that does is package the javascript.
    The makefiles have some vague references to ARM7, etc... but I just don't think they are fully functional. I still think we must have pretty much every library necessary since I can't really see how we could compile the window manager and not be able to compile the simple(r) browser.

    Unfortuantely I haven't kept up with makefiles and don't even know where to begin.
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    I am going to be looking at getting this working this evening and I suspect tomorrow as well! I probably won't have something to show until next week, though.

    Then the fun begins and I can start making cool changes!
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    The makefiles have some vague references to ARM7, etc... but I just don't think they are fully functional. I still think we must have pretty much every library necessary since I can't really see how we could compile the window manager and not be able to compile the simple(r) browser.

    Unfortuantely I haven't kept up with makefiles and don't even know where to begin.
    the browser probably isn't actually simpler, considering browserserver browseradapter and the webkitsupplemental packages. Also WebKit is hundreds of times larger than Luna :-)

    It probably can be done, if not now, soon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by eblade View Post
    the browser probably isn't actually simpler, considering browserserver browseradapter and the webkitsupplemental packages. Also WebKit is hundreds of times larger than Luna :-)

    It probably can be done, if not now, soon.


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    yeah... maybe "simpler" is a bad choice of words... but in the source for Luna there is already a webpage.cpp etc, so I figured some (most?) of the libraries we need have already been released.

    Hopefully they release everything needed soon since webkit is the heart of the entire touchpad seems like if they wanted to release WOCE, they should have made sure you could recompile webkit. Oh well, cross my fingers!
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