What is this software?


It is in the DevTerm intro page https://www.clockworkpi.com/devterm

Yeah, I wanna know this too. Anyone?

This might already be obvious: but it looks like a text editor (not an interactive prompt). And the cloud icon in the corner suggests cloud syncing?

I think someone already asked that and they found an answer but my attempts to search for it failed

It was suggested that it was a Chrome extension…

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I implemented a similar app using Godot, it’s not very practical in any way, mostly just me wanted to try Godot on DevTerm.
https://yxt0531.itch.io/devnote
Printing is not implemented, but if anyone interested in making it into a full-fledged note app, here is the source code:
https://gitlab.com/yxt0531/devnote

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wow, godot rocks, you rocks

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great work! this is amazing.

This is awesome. Thank you so much

Updated the app a bit. With the new version it can print, support auto save and have a typewriter mode. Really didn’t expect people would like to use this, thank you all. :joy:
I don’t have a CM3 model but I made a CM3 version anyway, much appreciated if anyone can test it to see if its working on an actual CM3 DevTerm.

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It works on my CM3 DevTerm, including the printing.

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great job! looking forward to seeing the a04 version!

Just as a heads up, I am running the “A06” version on my A04 right now, I may be confused, but I am not sure why there would need to be a different version for each one

CM3 version are ARM 32bit as Raspbian is a 32Bit OS.
The A04 and A06 os are 64 bit arm Linux, so native apps are 64bit.

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Thanks for testing that out, I wasn’t expecting it to work on A04 since it was made before the release of A04, I thought it needed to recompile on the A04 OS or something, glad that is not the case.

Amazing! I will try it on my A04, as soon as I got my replacement screen installed. I am very interested, how printing is implemented. Do you have a choice of font size when printing?

I think this will replace FocusWriter on my DevTerm.

Thank you so much for making this possible.

@yxt0531
DevNote works well on the A04, although it throws an error on launch:

X Error of failed request:  GLXBadFBConfig
  Major opcode of failed request:  152 (GLX)
  Minor opcode of failed request:  0 ()
  Serial number of failed request:  24
  Current serial number in output stream:  24

I haven’t had time to look at the source, but I suspect you might be targeting a higher OpenGL version?
The Mali720 only supports 3.1 through Panfrost:

OpenGL renderer string: Mali T720 (Panfrost)
OpenGL core profile version string: 3.1 Mesa 21.0.3