[Olsr-dev] Stumbling into Android-App

Sven-Ola Tuecke (spam-protected)
Thu Apr 26 18:54:34 CEST 2012

Hey Hans,

oooh - I was looking for code samles for my own app (thing named "Debian-Kit") 
and simply was suprised to look at something that seems usable while scanning 
google output. Nevertheless, I'm always interested in my other hobby 
"meshing". That NDK hack I've done is a couple of years old now, and I think 
Henning will appreciate a push from your private git to the official one at 
any time.

I also was not able to ndk-build yesterday evening, cloning your git may do 
the trick here. Leads me to a question: I always switched to IBSS/AdHoc by 
exchaning the wpa_supplicant binary to a hacked version on my phones. That 
Barnacle-Wifi-Tether thing is more usable?

LG // Sven-Ola

Am Donnerstag, 26. April 2012, 17:51:01 schrieb Hans-Christoph Steiner:
> Hey Sven-Ola,
> I'm the author of that app, at least the OLSR parts, its based on Barnacle
> Wifi Tether.  If you look at the git submodules, you'll see its not using
> the olsrd.git repo, but instead this one:
> https://github.com/guardianproject/olsrd
> This includes lots of changes for building with the latest Android NDK. 
> Once I feel like its nailed down, I'll submit the patches for inclusion to
> the main olsrd.git.
> What are you looking to do?  If you want to join in on hacking on this app,
> let's work out a plan. :)
> .hc

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