Re: AT-SPI build

David Bolter wrote:

Yes, the AT-SPI is what you want. I haven't tried using the AT-SPI without X but it would be great to know how far you can get with that configuration. What are you building?

David Bolter
Diego A. Fons wrote:

I'm trying to build my own accessible application, so searching for info i've found that it's necessary to have AT-SPI. The problem is that AT-SPI needs the X libraries and i've built GTK+ using DirectFB port. Is it strongly necessary to build the AT-SPI with X? can i build it without X at all? (I already configured it with the --without-x flag).

Diego A. Fons.
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Hi David,

Thank you for your reply.
I'm trying to build an application that uses a touchscreen as the only input device, so i thought it would be a good idea to have a GOK style keyboard, you select the component to edit and start entering the text whit an on-screen keyboard. When i start looking at the GOK code i realized that i need AT-SPI (and GAIL?).

In a mail after yours, Ariel Rios says that i must have X :(
It's a very bad news, i'm going to try to build X (is X11R7.2 a good idea?) but i have to be careful because the application has to run on an embedded device (cpu AT91SAM9261) and i seem X don't like embedded devices :P

Diego A. Fons.

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