note Flint is no longer maintained, at least not in barometz/flint. The latest updates were put together by Keboo, and I recommend taking a look at their project: https://github.com/Keboo/PebbleSharp
Basic communication works. My personal priorities right now are to make the basic Pebble usage work, such as media events and notifications.
Contributions are absolutely welcome.
Flintlock is the Windows desktop application that Flint was initially created for.
Flint relies on 32feet.NET to get the friendly names of known Bluetooth devices. Seems like this should be
possible through WMI, but the relevant
Win32_SerialPort objects don't contain
anything to identify them as belonging to a Pebble.
Flint uses DotNetZip to open Pebble bundles (.pbw files) - unlike
(which requires .NET 4.5) it works from .NET 2.0 and up, and unlike
not a pain to work with - quite the opposite, in fact.
All of these are included in binary form.