On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 8:15 PM, Miguel Angel Alvarez <maac...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm porting pyzim for the Nokia N8x0-N900 tablets.
> Those are small handheld ARM computers (about 4" screen size) running maemo
> linux, so many changes are due to the small screen (and some other due to OS
> Actually I have a more or less working version (currently based in 0.43, but
> I'll try to get 0.44 merged) here:
> I'd like to have my changes merged into mainline, or my releases will quickly
> diverge since you have a quite fast development pace.
> Could it be possible? How should I start sending patches? Can I send a
> big-patch up to date (there aren't too many changes) or should I break into
> small pieces?
Maybe you could publish a bazaar branch somewhere. You can either just
share it on you website, or push it to launchpad. That way I can
easily checkout the changes and merge them back into trunk when
appropriate. Also this should allow you to keep track and merge
upstream changes relatively painlessly.
I would be happy to support maemo in the main code base. But would
need to study the details to see if there are any conflicts with
functionality on other platforms.
P.S. your screenshots look really cool -- would like to have those on
the main website at some point :)
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