[time-nuts] Lady Heather Server On Raspberry Pi 2 Model B?
cfharris at erols.com
Tue Jan 12 20:28:56 UTC 2016
That was well understood when I stated that your life would have
been easier had QT been used. It would have... DOS was a real
pain for doing mouse and graphics stuff. QT makes it easy..
But QT would have also slowed a DOS era processor to a stop, and
it would probably still be trying to refresh the screen ;-)
Mark Sims wrote:
> Lady Heather predates QT by several years... actually back to 1985 when her mommy
> controlled Magellan GPS receivers. A version ran on HP95LX palmtops during the
> first Gulf War. The server option just uses the server program to connect the
> GPSDO serial port to the net. On the other end Lady Heather uses the TCPIP
> connection data like it came from a serial port... so you need a Windoze box to
> run Lady Heather and display the data.
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