Chinook SDK feedback wanted!

November 23, 2007 at 15:07 | Posted in Uncategorized | 4 Comments
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We as the team behind the latest maemo 4.0 SDK (Chinook) would like to hear from you! Please give us your comments on the SDK and its tools and documentation. You can drop an anonymous comment here at this blog or send your feedback to Feel free to be direct, love us or hate us! Your improvement ideas are very much appreciated for the next SDK.


– jtukkine on behalf of the team



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  1. Works fine for me, just a request.. more docs/devel libraries… for example last w-end i wanted to integrate a telepathy connection manager (for irc, or msn or other..) but it requires headers from osso-accounts package! and there are none in the sdk.
    It would be cool if every package in maemo would be extendible/usable from a developer, i don’t need it to be open source (well it would be cool).. just headers and libraries! thanks for your hard work!

  2. Would be nice to have a command line option in the installer script which allows us to specify the names of targets. Some of us don’t like all the caps and choice of names :p

  3. There are problems with some packages dependencies. For example osso-xterm has a dependency on osso-browser-interface or maemo-browser-interface while on Chinook the package and its content (a pkgconfig .pc file and some .h files) was renamed to tablet-browser-interface.

    I found one other but forgot to write it down.

  4. I remember the second dependency problem I met: I tried to build browser-eal and microb-eal and some of its dependencies (libmozembed or something like that) has a depency on “bc” which is not on the repository.


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