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Top Hat README ============= Top Hat is a tactical glide computer for the Android and Linux operating systems. Although it runs on all the platforms supported by XCSoar such as Window PC (Top Hat is a GUI that runs on the XCSoar platform), we're focusing our time on a GUI that runs on Android and Linux. This file is aimed at developers. We don't have a developer manual yet. If you would like to write one that would be appreciated. Our general approach to development is to design before we code. Designing can mean many things including creation of mockup screens, interactive prototypes, and testing concepts directly with pilots. Getting the source ------------------ The Top Hat source code is managed with git (http://git-scm.com/). It can be downloaded with the following command: git clone git://github.com/rdunning0823/tophat Note: because Top Hat is currently rebased regurlarly off XCSoar, the working branch of Top Hat is "TopHat_master" NOT "master". Master is the XCSoar code on which TopHat is based. To update your repository, type: git pull For more information, please refer to the git documentation. Compiling from source --------------------- Please read the developer manual for detailed build instructions. You can download it on the XCSoar website: http://www.xcsoar.org/discover/manual.html --------------------- Kobo build of Top Hat: Please refer to the help file kobo/README.kobo.txt in the Top Hat source code repository for information about compiling options for the Kobo. Submitting patches ------------------ Subscribe to the Top Hat forum: http://tophat.freeforums.org Wiki is http://www.tophatsoaring.org Use the Design forum to review designs with other developers, pilots and designers. Use the Development forum to submit patches or "git pull" requests. Patches should explain the impact on the user as well as any technical structure.