AppImage in Golang
- Maintainable, easy code (unlike "modern C++")
- Short compilation times
- Statically linked binaries, no dependencies
- Synergies with snap?
Kudos to the genius at the Raspberry Pi Foundation who made this happen, finally. I only wish I could plug this keyboard into any computer system and have it just work.
How is it working, actually? Does anybody know?
|# generated by PrusaSlicer 2.1.0-alpha1+linux64 on 2019-08-11 at 17:37:33|
|bed_shape = 0x0,160x0,160x160,0x160|
|cooling_tube_length = 5|
|cooling_tube_retraction = 91.5|
|default_filament_profile = ""|
If you would like to see only one entry for the Pull Request in your project's history, then please enable this GitHub functionality on your repo. It allows you to squash (combine) the commits when merging.
Unfortunately, the "sender" of the pull request does not have a button in the GitHub GUI to squash the commits in an existing pull request. Instead, they need to to it by hand using the command line, which is unfortunately cumbersome but can be done like this:
|# Based on https://github.com/SquirrelCZE/ptouch-770|
|# Trying to add multi-line capabilities.|
|# Font size calculation/positioning apparently not correct.|
|# On 12mm tape, the topmost 20px are not printed, the following 84 px are printed|
|# (as determined by experimentation using calibrate_12mm_tape.pbm made with GIMP)|
|from PIL import Image, ImageFont, ImageDraw|
Seems to be also known as the HD18Q "black box". https://www.ebay.de/itm/153205410117 ("NEU MXQ S805 Smart 1GB+ 8GB Smart TV Box Android 4.4 Quad Core 1.5 G WIFI", seller "SILVESTRAS RUNTA Network Tech Co. Ltd"), EUR 14,99
I can boot with
meson8b_m201d.dtb and wired Ethernet works.
U-boot thinks it is a 512 MB device. Linux does, too. The SDK used seems to be named "s805_0701_512M":
root@vegas805:~# strings /mnt/lib/hw/camera.amlogic.so | grep home/