[CM] OT Using s7 in an iOS mobile app + SQLite

mike at eggheadgames.com mike at eggheadgames.com
Wed Jan 12 16:08:27 PST 2022

Thanks, I hadn’t seen that, fun stuff! My puzzle apps are text heavy, 
so I’m sticking with the OS GUI rather than drawing my own bits. Then 
I keep all the OS accessibility features (e.g. high-contrast, 
night-mode, text-to-voice) as well as “native app” behaviour. JNI 
shouldn’t be *too* horrible, as I’m intentionally sticking to simple 

The overall idea is for the s7/Scheme layer to provide the business 
logic + data for iOS & Android and the OS will display it. It means a 
messy hybrid world of tools, but manageable I estimate. This is helped 
in large part by s7.c being a single file, like sqlite3.c, which makes 
it easier to integrate into each platform’s build chain 

On 12 Jan 2022, at 17:34, Elijah Stone wrote:

> On Wed, 12 Jan 2022, mike at eggheadgames.com wrote:
>> Next step is try this on Android, where the fun part will be calling 
>> C, and hence s7, through the JNI layer!
> Note you do not have to do through java, see e.g. 
> https://github.com/cnlohr/rawdrawandroid.  Whether that makes sense is 
> not clear (as you would have to do the UI yourself), but it would 
> eliminate the need for annoying java<->c communication.
>  -E
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