Not an ipk yet (since I don't know how to build them
) but just binaries.Click to view attachment
GNU APL 1.6a http://www.gnu.org/software/apl/
Additionally I've built APL Keyboard Translator (akt, https://github.com/TieDyedDevil/akt
)in this archive.
Put these binaries somethere in the PATH.
akt apl --noColor
One could enter APL characters using Alt key.
Note what the APL font should be installed, get it here: http://www.dyalog.com/apl-font-keyboard.htm
Place them to /usr/share/fonts
Run the following command to register them:
Next step is to add this font to the rxvt configuration.
In my case I'm using Lucida Console
in rxvt and APL386 for APL characters.
Add the following line:
rxvt*font:xft:Lucida Console:pixelsize=16,xft:APL386 Unicode:pixelsize=13
to the ~/.Xdefaults
Then run the
xrdb -merge ~/.Xdefaults
It is convenient to set the alias to run APL. Add
alias apl="akt apl --noColor"
to the ~/.profile
Now if you restart rxvt you can run APL with the apl
One more note: by default most fo Alt+0..9
hotkeys reserved by openbox for windows manipulation. In order to use these hotkeys to enter APL characters on the numeric row, one have to edit the ~/.config/openbox/rc.xml
file and comment these hotkeys (or redefine them to something else).
Keyboard layout provided by akt is the following: https://github.com/TieDyedDevil/akt/blob/ma...r/keyboard1.txt
Now we have a fully functioning APL on a mobile device!
See screenshot attached Click to view attachment