[NTLK] Newton Connection Apps

Andrew Diller dillera at dillernet.com
Mon Aug 5 14:58:05 EDT 2013


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Andrew Diller
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On Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 2:49 PM, Eckhart Köppen <lists at 40hz.org> wrote:

> On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 6:58 PM, Simon Bell <simonbell at me.com> wrote:
> >
> > It has been rather quiet here on NewtonTalk lately, so I hope there is
> somebody about to answer my query.
> >
> > I am trying to put together a definitive list of Newton connection apps,
> specifically charting which app targets which Newton OS / protocol version.
> Maybe not the most user-friendly, and I'm not sure if it counts as an
> app, but I implemented the dock protocol with a simple command line
> tool as an example client in Ruby:
> https://github.com/ekoeppen/RDCL
> This can be extended with own plugins, right now it allows interacting
> with In/Out, downloading soups as a whole, and conversion of soup
> entries to text if possible.
> Since I got a bit frustrated with Ruby (murky situation with one click
> installers, Ruby 1.9 still not the default, slow), I'm currently
> repeating the exercise using Go. The idea will be the same, i.e.
> mostly a library, a simple command line client, and options to provide
> own plugins.
> Eckhart
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