Small Graphic Toolkit

Small Graphic Toolkit

Post by Friedrich Seuh » Mon, 11 Nov 2002 01:02:25



We start a development with a ARM-CPU under linux.
What we would need is a graphic toolkit for an embedded system (320*240
color graphic). We want to display some measurment curves and numeric data.
The user-interface doesn't need widget support.

Are there any recommendations from this group?

Thank you in advance.

 
 
 

Small Graphic Toolkit

Post by kentrop » Mon, 11 Nov 2002 01:59:22


It depend from your requirements and memory availability and last but not
least time to market.

Qt/embedded www.trolltech.com (expensive but ready in minutes)
X11 or GTK www.xfree86.org (free and ready)
wxWindows www.wxwindows.org (free and under development)

 
 
 

Small Graphic Toolkit

Post by Grant Edward » Mon, 11 Nov 2002 02:03:32



> It depend from your requirements and memory availability and last but not
> least time to market.

> Qt/embedded www.trolltech.com (expensive but ready in minutes)
> X11 or GTK www.xfree86.org (free and ready)
> wxWindows www.wxwindows.org (free and under development)

He said he didn't need widgets, so those may be overkill.

SVGAlib provides a low-level, non-windowed, graphics toolkit.

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