should we continue to focus on nuttx?
laforge at gnumonks.org
Tue May 1 07:19:19 UTC 2012
thanks for your feedback, it is much appreciated.
On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 10:14:28AM -0700, Gregory Nutt wrote:
> So I have trouble understanding that the issue there. And secondly,
> NuttX does have a rather complete graphics capability. Probably the
> best in class:
The question is not whether it has the best graphics capabilities or
not. The question is rather: Is it suitable for a 98x67 / 96x64
resolution display like in our target platforms?
To me, the NuttX graphics framework seemed to be aimed at much larger
resolution displays, more like a "real" computer with actual windows on
a desktop - not like a small cellphone where every pixel counts.
Please correct me if that impression was wrong.
So the question was not whether NuttX is good or bad - simply if it is
the best possible fit for our specific application :)
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