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BLARGH Text Editor WIP r120
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BLARGH Text Editor WIP r120
Version: 1.0

Platforms: Mobile Gaming, NDS


Categories: Business & Profession, System Utilities

Upload date: 5 Jan 12

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License: Freeware

Downloads: 4
File Size: 236 Kb
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BLARGH Text Editor WIP r120 BLARGH Text Editor
Bachelor's Lackluster And Ruminantly Gnarled Homebrew Text Editor
Copyright (C) 2008 anomalous_underdog

This is meant as a demo to implement Joe Strout's HexInput method of inputting text on portable devices (in this case, the Nintendo DS Lite).

This started out as an idea to create an equivalent of QuickWrite's "FUNADY" keyboard layout on the DS using homebrew tools.

Homebrew programmers are encouraged to make use of this work to integrate the QUONG keyboard layout and HexInput input method in their homebrew software. (most of the HexInput and QUONG code is in source/Underdog/Gui/HexGrid.h and source/Underdog/Gui/HexGrid.cpp)

Ultimately, this will be turned into an offline wiki viewer/editor similar to TiddlyWiki (http://www.tiddlywiki.org).

BLARGH Text Editor uses:
* devkitARM r24
* libnds 1.3.1
* libfat-nds 1.0.2 (the demo will save/load txt files)

BLARGH Text Editor has unit tests made in UnitTest++ (r186) (http://unittest-cpp.sourceforge.net/). It uses scons (scons-0.97.0d20070918) (http://www.scons.org/) to build the unit test executable file. Scons is made in Python, and requires it to be installed when building the unit test program (http://www.python.org/).

 
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