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Port Requests (NO SOURCE = NO PORT)

Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by mmielke, Nov 11, 2010.

  1. Eight Bit

    Eight Bit Advanced Member

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    This looks like a great tool I could use. Have you got any of those supported radio receivers @Silent-Hunter ? Which one?
    I want this too :D
     
  2. Silent-Hunter

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    I got the nesdr nano 3! It's tiny and inexpensive.
     
  3. Farox

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    I try to build it, but i have found some problems.
    First it needs a good amount of libs and time (and i don't have many :( sorry)
    It needs the following things:

    Mako package to import into WxPython (via PIP) --- done

    The Volk library ---- i have received an error here trying to compile (but maybe i have to use a bigger swap file...i'll retry) plus
    i have hacked some cmake modules because it needs a new version of GIT , also i have to exclude the ORC library and no Docs via Doxygen.

    Next in the chain it need to compile GNURadio

    then FFTW library

    then gr-osmosdr

    and finally gprx

    If i'll find some time i'll retry...but if someone want to try, i'm fine.
     
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  4. Silent-Hunter

    Silent-Hunter Advanced Member

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    Thanks for giving it a shot though!
     
  5. canseco

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    Compiled and packaged, but it's still in early development, so it crashes, the screen is not centered, etc.
    It works better on my PC with Linux.
     
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  10. trix

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    Whoa, Freelancer on my Pandora would be a dream come true!!

    Unfortunately, that github project hasn't been updated in awhile, and the OpenGL3.1 parts might be tough to convert to GLES.
     
  11. ptitSeb

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    There is code to have GLES2 compatible shaders in fact, so it may be easier then expected...
     
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  12. trix

    trix Very Active Member

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    I would say porting Freelancer would make you my hero, but you are already my hero.

    Please port it anyway! Lol, this is one of my all-time favorite games, along with Diablo 2, and if I could get both working on my Pandora my life will be almost complete!!

    Though they say "tech demo" so I'm not even sure how well Librelancer works in its current state.
    --- Double Post Merged, Feb 11, 2018, Original Post Date: Feb 11, 2018 ---
    So I've looked more into it, the Librelancer project is still not quite at a playable state. Much work left to be done.

    No point porting it yet.
     
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  13. Inimuk

    Inimuk Pandora User

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    No source, but there is a port request/petition for the Pyra right on their forum (link for relevance).
    The developer is active on his own forum so perhaps if more folks voiced opinion over there he could be swayed a little bit to port once the Pyra is released.
    It'd be awesome to see, in all honesty, since our next bet for a proper DAW was ReNoise (with no interest from that dev when it was brought up years ago - though I wonder if their perceptions have changed at all since).
     

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