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active  Topic # 30  Screen pixels

10/06/2011 @ 20:18
by peterhenry

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Great APP! I know it is "early days" but is there any way to draw pixels on the screen?


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10/06/2011 @ 23:20
by Philippe

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For the moment, I do not know how to draw pixel on the screen. As soon as I find how to perform this, It will be implemented and documented.
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26/06/2011 @ 14:44
by Pablo

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I was wondering the same thing and was able to figure it out. Within any program on Pyaf, include the ArmAPI: {$i ArmAPI.pas}Make sure sync this file to your Palm from ArmAPI_pas.PDB in the NaPP304/include/ folder on your computer
Then use WinDrawPixel(x,y);  in your program.Set x,y as intergers. (x and y are the coordinates from the upper-left of the screen)
Check out the Palm OS SDK Reference.pdf for other command you are able to use.
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26/06/2011 @ 17:50
by Pablo

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You will also have to find and change WinDrawPixel in ArmAPI.pas to read procedure WinDrawPixel(x,y: Coord); inline($E519C008, $E1A0E00F, $E59CFB2C); and remove // from the beginning. These additions can be taken from the Palm OS SDK Reference.pdf for other procedures and functions also.
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28/06/2011 @ 11:29
by peterhenry

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 Thanks but I want to be able to do this on Android not Palm. Anybody got any ideas?


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03/07/2011 @ 23:01
by Philippe

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Android NDK gives some ideas on the way to generate code for graphical function. They will be tested and implemented. Please be patient until the end of summer vacations.
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17/08/2012 @ 15:04
by ukimiku

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Hi Philippe,

I am really looking forward to some graphics functions. Then Pepe might become my programming environment of choice.

Could you please tell us how much memory a Pepe application can use/reserve for variables, dynamic allocation... etc. on Android?

Thanks.

Regards,


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