Re: [orca-list] writing accessible multi-platform application
- From: MichaÅ Zegan <webczat_200 poczta onet pl>
- To: orca-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [orca-list] writing accessible multi-platform application
- Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2011 10:30:24 +0100
This program is directed tovarts noobs, they don't use commandline.
Dnia 2011-02-28, pon o godzinie 20:12 +1100, Jason White pisze:
MichaÅ Zegan <webczat_200 poczta onet pl> wrote:
So what to do to write fully accessible applications without any mess
the application could have its own built-in Web server, as for example Cups
You could also create a Web API for it, allowing other user interfaces to be
2. You could write it in Emacs Lisp - Emacs runs everywhere as far as I know.
You could even write it as a command line or shell-like application and then
implement a user interface in Emacs.
3. You could write it using ncurses as a terminal application. I don't know
about Windows support in this case - I'm not a Windows user.
4. You could write it with a command line interface only - again, it's
5. You could give it a shell-like command interface, using a library such as
GNU Readline to provide command editing, tab completion, etc. Again, I don't
know how well this would work under Windows, but I wouldn't be surprised if it
can be done.
All of the above techniques are well known and widely used by Linux
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