--- Shane Dempsey <sdempsey at tssg.wit.ie> wrote:
> Just for the record , does anybody have any info on palm
> pilot development?
> Kits , compilers, current open source projects, anything
> along those lines
Sure, there are lots of options.
First, there's Pila - Pilot Assembler. 68000 assembler,
resource compiler, and a few other tools. No macro capability
in the current edition, though. I hope this improves, or I'll
have to buy the lex book before the dns book :(
Then there a C compiler which is quite nice. You may have
heard of it:GCC :P
It uses the resource compiler from above, and has pretty much
everything you need to develop. I bought the O'Reilly book on
the subject the same day I bought my Palm, so I was ready
almost at once. The packages won't work out of the box,
though. Install the binary rpm, compile GCC/EGCS/PGCC as per
All the sources you'll need to build it:
If in Dublin, I might be helpful on evenings to set up the
O- Nny, sort-of a Palm Computing Platform developer
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