- support for mouse (I hope to get both the stylus touch mouse and touchpad like mouse simulation),
- support for onscreen virtual keyboard (with several switchable layouts).
- support for oversize screens (i.e. im targeting HVGA devices, that will have a 320x200 DOS window with 640x400 modes shrinked, or paged/tiled).
- pan window automatically following mouse (in oversize mode),
- configurable from DosBox app (RAM, CPU, cycles, oversize mode, button sizes, etc)
- memory optimizations.
- dedicated builds for ARMv5/6 and ARMv7.
Friday, 21 January 2011
DroidDOS - what is cooking?
Based on the marvelous works of aDosbox guys, MotoCakers (Z6 Dosbox), Koli Joco (S60 Dosbox), and my own experience (on DosboxUIQ and ROKR E8 dosbox), im now cooking a DroidDOS. A dosbox emulator port for Android devices without a physical keyboard. Its more or less working now, on my own phone, but not yet at the stage to be shared with the outside world. What will be the key enhancements to aDosbox, you may ask. Well, here they are:
- My adventure with computers started with 3D graphics design. I did that mostly as part of so called 'demoscene' activities, attending computer parties, submitting my works to various contests, etc.
Then I switched my gears to computer programming and completed MSc in compsci, doing the design works in parallel, and working in the marketing dept for one of the biggest B2B software houses in Poland at that time - ComArch SA.
When I graduated - i moved to Motorola Solutions Inc (then simply Motorola Inc) - where i work as System Architect on mission critical public safety radio communication infrastructure.
I still play however with various other things, prototyping stuff, playing with porting emulators to Android, experimenting, learning all the time. See some links below...