[NTLK] Einstein on iOS after WWDC2015
stevenf at panic.com
Thu Jun 11 12:52:25 EDT 2015
Yes, we should be able to put some instructions together. I'm still at the conference and haven't had time to dig into it yet.
It looks like anyone who wants to "sideload" Einstein onto an iOS device will need:
- An Apple ID
- Xcode 7 (at the moment only available to licensed ($$$) developers, AFAIK)
- And of course, a ROM file extracted from your Newton
So, it's not a walk in the park -- we can't just distribute a pre-built binary -- but it is at least possible now.
Unless someone beats me to it, I can probably write a page on how to do this sometime after I get back home.
> On Jun 11, 2015, at 8:50 AM, newton at ordersomewherechaos.com wrote:
> The thread that pointed this out quickly buried the lede here, people.
> A: http://bouk.co/blog/sideload-iphone/
> Apple has <snark>deigned to allow the mortals of this fair realm the opportunity to freely put their own code onto the precious precious devices that they purchased and ostensibly have legal right of ownership</snark>.
> Let me try that again: Waaaaaahoooooooo!
> So if the way to get Einstein running is here:
> B: https://github.com/pguyot/Einstein/wiki/Build-Instructions
> ....the next step is to merge Page A with Page B to produce a good step-by-step for non-developer Newton enthusiasts. Right?
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