QMole – A Linux Desktop System for the iPad

A project in Birmingham, UK by Chris Kohlhepp

Cancelled by Creator

A Linux interoperability system for iOS. Run Linux apps alongside IOS apps & create apps directly on iPad; no developer account needed.
Backers: 27
Average Pledge Per Backer: £39

Funded: £1,048 of £25,000
Dates: Mar 25th -> May 2nd (39 days)
Project By: Chris Kohlhepp
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Functional Programming Language Lua released for iPhone and IPad

April 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
I am pleased to announce that we have just released a port of the functional programming language Lua to iPhone and iPad under the QMole system. This port includes everything needed to become productive in Lua on iPhone and iPad: interpreter,... (Read More)

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