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.
Printing is not implemented, but if anyone interested in making it into a full-fledged note app, here is the source code:


wow, godot rocks, you rocks


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.


It works on my CM3 DevTerm, including the printing.


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.

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