Okiwi going live in 2 weeks!

Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by H8TR, Feb 11, 2007.

Feb 11, 2007

Okiwi going live in 2 weeks! by H8TR at 5:54 PM (769 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

  1. H8TR

    Member H8TR GBAtemp Advanced Fan

    Oct 22, 2006

    The browser will be available soon and will support any flash carts that supports DLDI.

    *Copied from the site

    Which flashcarts will the browser work with?

    I've not handled FAT libraries subject yet, so what I've done till now should work with all of them.
    I plan to use Chishm's DLDI, so compatibility will be determined by its support of the different devices.

    Why do you ignore comments that users leave in the blog?

    I don't ignore them. The only thing is that I haven't enough time to answer one by one. That's
    the reason whay I make this little FAQ answering the questions you leave in the comments and
    some other inquietudes you pose in some forums.

    Why do you take so long to make a keyboard, when PALib would make the workload lighter?

    Because I'm not using PALib. I code by means of libnds. The keyboard is dinamically built using
    the GUI (Graphical User Interface) module.

    At least you should be getting a nice result.

    It's current appearance, not definitive, is this:


    Soon I will talk about the keyboard more in deep.

    When will the demo be ready?

    More than a demo, it will be an alpha version (in development stage). I had sense to name
    it like that since it's going to be a demonstration of what's done till now, which doesn't mean
    that the software is so advanced to consider it a beta.

    And, answering the question, I expect to finish it in two weeks or so. Realize that from that point
    there is less work to do than it's done yet. I also feel like Okiwi is finished.

    What will the demo include?

    Saying with more detail what I said in last post, it will be something like a browser test version which
    doesn't connect to the netwok. Therefore, I will display a document that will allow to demonstrate
    some rendering engine features, to get an idea.

    Doesn't it connect to the network?!

    I must follow some order, and I've decided to include network functionality when the rest of
    the modules reach a quite mature status.

    How is going the software to be distributed? (Or, by now, the demo.)

    The answer I gave in the first FAQ is still valid: as soon as there are files to download, links to them
    will appear at this website. (refering to http://okiwi.blogspot.com/)
  2. [M]artin

    Member [M]artin .

    Nov 7, 2006
    United States
    Argh-ies. It's just a demo, doesn't connect to the network... Okiwi is still in a coma to me. (Although he has shown activities in his finger movement in the past few days. He's still alives doctors!)
  3. kev3458

    Member kev3458 GBAtemp Regular

    Sep 19, 2006
    Old news, the demo is offline anyways. Gnirlfneo...come on!

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