With embedded systems gaining high resolution displays and powerful CPUs, the
desire for sophisticated graphical user interfaces can be realized in even the
smallest of systems. While the CPU power available for a given power budget
has increased dramatically, these tiny systems remain severely memory
constrained. This unique environment presents interesting challenges in
graphical system design and implementation. Using ideas from modern window
systems in larger environments, TWIN offers overlapping translucent windows,
anti-aliased graphics and scalable fonts in a total memory budget of 100KB.
libtwin (12.04.13.17.57-g130ee5f-2) unstable; urgency=low
* debian/rules: Fix error in powerpc DEB_HOST_ARCH conditional
-- Geoff Levand <email@example.com> Thu, 10 May 2012 17:33:58 -0700
libtwin (12.04.13.17.57-g130ee5f-1) unstable; urgency=low
* debian/rules: Add conditionals for DEB_HOST_ARCH, DEB_HOST_ARCH_OS.
Fixes non-linux and powerpc altivec build errors.
* libtwin: Upda
2006-02-02 Keith Packard <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* twin_fedit/twin-fedit.c: (dot), (spot):
Eliminate spurious segment by moving to initial arc point
2006-02-02 Carl Worth <email@example.com>
* twin_fedit/Makefile: Add x11 as a required package, (cairo no
longer pulls this in by default).
* twin_fedit/twin-fedit.c: (init), (read_char), (dot), (spot),
(draw_char), (pos_to_cmd), (