Skip Tavakkolian | 13 Nov 21:43 2006

ie plugin questions

looking through sources, i'm not able to see where the other half of
the ie plugin lives.  did i miss it?

also, there's a missing close-curely in emu/Nt/ie-win.c - dated
2/25/2006:

	void
	clipwrite(char *p)
	{
		USED(p);
	{

Joel Salomon | 14 Nov 02:42 2006
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Sources (Was re: ie plugin questions)

> looking through sources…

Has a Plan 9-like sources been set up?  There was some discussion
about this early this year.

--Joel
Eric Van Hensbergen | 25 Nov 19:19 2006
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FYI: Inferno on Linux Power Repository

On 10/15/06, Eric Van Hensbergen <ericvh@...> wrote:
> Okay - here's my first cut at the LinuxPPC Inferno patch.

I setup a git repository on my home system where I'm keeping my
current working revision of the LinuxPPC Inferno patch.  I'll also be
keeping a branch with the Xen shared memory transport stuff there.
Its kludgey, but seems to be stable -- hopefully will have some time
to work out the hacks over the holidays.

Master Branch:
http://git.9grid.us/git/?p=inferno.git;a=summary

The Linux-PowerPC branch is on the power branch.
I know I'm probably the only one using this right now, but I wanted to
make sure my updates were externally visible.

            -eric

Jack Johnson | 25 Nov 21:00 2006
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Re: FYI: Inferno on Linux Power Repository

On 11/25/06, Eric Van Hensbergen <ericvh@...> wrote:
> I setup a git repository on my home system where I'm keeping my
> current working revision of the LinuxPPC Inferno patch.  I'll also be
> keeping a branch with the Xen shared memory transport stuff there.

I may have missed the thread earlier.  Can you tell us a little more
about your Xen work?

-J

Vedran Vucic | 25 Nov 23:01 2006
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Re: FYI: Inferno on Linux Power Repository

Hello,

It is very interesting to have Inferno on ppc platform.

Please keep me posted.  I have Linux on ppc platform and I would like to check
Inferno on it.

thanks,

vedran

On 11/25/06, Eric Van Hensbergen <ericvh-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
On 10/15/06, Eric Van Hensbergen <ericvh-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
> Okay - here's my first cut at the LinuxPPC Inferno patch.

I setup a git repository on my home system where I'm keeping my
current working revision of the LinuxPPC Inferno patch.  I'll also be
keeping a branch with the Xen shared memory transport stuff there.
Its kludgey, but seems to be stable -- hopefully will have some time
to work out the hacks over the holidays.

Master Branch:
http://git.9grid.us/git/?p=inferno.git;a=summary

The Linux-PowerPC branch is on the power branch.
I know I'm probably the only one using this right now, but I wanted to
make sure my updates were externally visible.

            -eric

Eric Van Hensbergen | 26 Nov 00:28 2006
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Re: FYI: Inferno on Linux Power Repository

On 11/25/06, Jack Johnson <knapjack@...> wrote:
> On 11/25/06, Eric Van Hensbergen <ericvh@...> wrote:
> > I setup a git repository on my home system where I'm keeping my
> > current working revision of the LinuxPPC Inferno patch.  I'll also be
> > keeping a branch with the Xen shared memory transport stuff there.
>
> I may have missed the thread earlier.  Can you tell us a little more
> about your Xen work?
>

Its probably only partially useful to the community at large at the
moment.  Essentially, its a shared memory channel for 9p between
partitions.  I need to fix up the interface a bit so it acts a bit
more like /net, but we are using it to gateway resources to PROSE
libOS partitions (http://www.research.ibm.com/prose).  There will be a
talk on it at IWP9 (and a paper in the proceedings).

                 -eric

Salva Peiró | 30 Nov 09:49 2006
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using Inferno on Palm

Hi,

using the Inferno emu with Framebuffer support port of Alexander Sychev
and adding a file to handle touchscreen and button events I've been able
to run Inferno on a Palm Tungsten T3.

The attached file contains the additions I've made to the inferno source,
and some related information.

Best Regards,
--

-- 
gualteri (at) rootshell.be/~gualteri
Attachment (inferno-fb-t3.tgz): application/x-gzip, 7266 bytes
Garry Taylor | 30 Nov 22:44 2006

Re: using Inferno on Palm

Wow! I don't own a Palm, but just wanted to say what a great  
achievement that is, what are you planning to use it for?

Garry

> Hi,
>
> using the Inferno emu with Framebuffer support port of Alexander  
> Sychev
> and adding a file to handle touchscreen and button events I've been  
> able
> to run Inferno on a Palm Tungsten T3.
>
> The attached file contains the additions I've made to the inferno  
> source,
> and some related information.
>
> Best Regards,
> -- 
> gualteri (at) rootshell.be/~gualteri
> <inferno-fb-t3.tgz>

Salva Peiró | 1 Dec 08:52 2006
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Re: using Inferno on Palm

On 11/30/06, Garry Taylor <gt@...> wrote:
> Wow! I don't own a Palm, but just wanted to say what a great
Not really, as you can see i've just put together some pieces that
were already available.

> achievement that is, what are you planning to use it for?
That's what I'm figuring&doing right now, but just being able to use Acme
with a touchscreen and a stylus (without kbd) is enough reward for me.

>
> Garry
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > using the Inferno emu with Framebuffer support port of Alexander
> > Sychev
> > and adding a file to handle touchscreen and button events I've been
> > able
> > to run Inferno on a Palm Tungsten T3.
> >
> > The attached file contains the additions I've made to the inferno
> > source,
> > and some related information.
> >
> > Best Regards,
> > --
> > gualteri (at) rootshell.be/~gualteri
> > <inferno-fb-t3.tgz>
>
>

--

-- 
gualteri (at) rootshell.be/~gualteri

fgergo | 1 Dec 10:57 2006
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Re: using Inferno on Palm

On 12/1/06, Salva Peiró <saoret.one@...> wrote:

> > achievement that is, what are you planning to use it for?
> That's what I'm figuring&doing right now, but just being able to use Acme
> with a touchscreen and a stylus (without kbd) is enough reward for me.
How do you middle and right click?


Gmane