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Re: What GUI toolkit to use for an embedded system?
Magnus Eriksson wrote:
I'd take a look at the new Enlightenment - E17 code . It's portable,
Does anyone here have any suggestions for a good GUI toolkit (such as
GTK, Qt, etc) suitable for an embedded system?
Small size is obviously of interest, but the intended target is a
prototype and we should have a fair bit of headroom.
I've been thinking about using Python for the GUI bit at least for
now, in order to get something up and running quickly, but that could
Already settled on py-qt, but it turned out not to work on my desktop
machine due to a missing dependency. That, in turn, has another
dependency - which won't compile. That made me think that perhaps
this is the place for something smaller and simpler with fewer moving
[ I'm sure that GTK is worth the trouble for desktop apps, but perhaps
not if all you need are buttons for a user to push and some general
status indicators. (Time and temperature readouts, and that sort of
looks awesome. It's better explained here .
And here  you've some info of Enlightenment running on embedded devices.
We have e17 in wip if you want to give it a try on your desktop.
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