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With LCD driver all calculation will be performed on RGB888 and the hardware/OS
can display from our 24bit framebuffer.
It is not yet as performance optimized as the existing drivers but should be
good enough.The vast number of small changes is due to the fact that
fb_data can be a struct type now, while most of the code expected a scalar type.
lcd-as-memframe ASM code does not work with 24bit currently so the with 24bit
it enforces the generic C code.
All plugins are ported over. Except for rockpaint. It uses so much memory that
it wouldnt fit into the 512k plugin buffer anymore (patches welcome).
This patch adds a configurable line separator between list items, very
similar to lists in Android. Additionally, below the list item there is a
thicker line. It can be disabled in the settings. Its color can
be configured as well.
Remote and monochrome displays are explicitly unsupported. If there is desire
this can be changed but it doesn't seem useful to me.
Because inline strings have to be copied (to escape '$') the local buffer
can be exhaused. The code didn't check for this. The buffer is increased
to handle filenames plus some extra chars but truncates to avoid overflow.
If you have longer strings please pass them via $t tag, in which case
put_line() imposes no additional length-limitation.
This logic is moved into apps (put_line()) which can better handle line
decorations with respect to scrolling, mulitline and other complications.
Firmware doesn't need this. The remaining drawing function know only one style,
that is foreground on background/backdrop (changing drawmode is still supported).
This function is a fully-fletched, high-level pixel-based line printer, that
combines functionality of several firmware and list functions. It can
draw spacing, icons and text in a single call, in any order and each multiple
times. It can also apply line decorations at the same time.
It features printf-like semantics by accepting a format string that contain
format tags as well as inline text.
It's accessible directly, but also through the multi-screen api for plugins.