Change Android graphic display to directfb

by suhas » Wed, 02 Jun 2010 18:03:44 GMT


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 Hi,

  I have to run the android on a directfb using device. Now I need to
change the android graphic

backend from framebuffer to directfb. Could anyone kindly explain the
steps I need to go through

to get this done.


Thanks in Advance.
Suhas

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Change Android graphic display to directfb

by 鏀挎瘏 鏋 » Tue, 15 Jun 2010 15:48:57 GMT


 I've fixed up the Pthread of bionic C library to add some pthread
functions which directfb used.
The add-on pthread functions include pthread_cancle(),
pthread_testcancal(), pthread_rwlock_init()..... pthread_atfork()
And I've add the DirectFB-1.4.3 library with DFB-extra package source
in the external folder.
Please check it out and work together with me. The work is still
continuous.
I've create this project on SourceForge.

WebSite :  http://sourceforge.net/projects/android-dfb/ 

Thank you.





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