When I create packages for my projects they will be available in my repository.
Rose is intended, primarily as a Graphic User Interface library for
Raspberry Pi computers with a small touch screen to support application
that can run directly on the screen frame buffer
/dev/fb0 in an
Application or Kiosk mode. Rose uses SDL2
as the underlying graphics engine which makes it possible to run under
desktop graphics environments (X11) and multiple OSs and distributions.
The project in the reposition builds under Cmake on Debian Linux derived distributions and produces the following artifacts:
- The Rose library.
- Sample programs and applications implements on Rose.
- Debian packages with:
- The library, sample programs and application with supporting resources;
- A package for developers.
Packages available for Debian derived Linux distribution on Intel/AMD and ARM:
hamclockfor systems running an X11 based desktop UI.
hamclock-systemdfor systems running
C++ Header only (so far) Digital Signal Processing objects including:
- Linear Time Invariant signal abstractions;
- Fast Fourier Transform;
- Demodulation loops.
Forked from https://github.com/berndporr/iir1. Release 1.8.1 included Debian packages for amd64 and armhf architecture.