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8 May 2007
Is it possible - or what needs to be done to make it possible - to install Qtopia 4 libs (or statically linking them) on a stock Qtopia 2 Zaurus, and run Qtopia 4 apps?
26 Dec 2006
I recently got an e-mail from potential user of my software "JARDS Mobile " (jards.anderssonj.com), asking if I had a binary that whould work on a Archos PMA430 device. I have no toolchain for the device set up, nor do I have the time to remedy that, so I'd like to ask if anyone could help me.

Source can be downloaded thusly:
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@gakusei.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/gakusei co -P jards
7 Nov 2006
I've released v1.1 of the Japanese reference & study aid, "JARDS Mobile".

New features:
# Help browser and tutorial
# Per-list and per-item quiz settings
# Configurable Leitner box intervals
# Quiz mode scratch-pad

If you want to read the tutorial online or download the program, go to the homepage.
7 Sep 2006
I've renamed my Japanese study software to JARDS Mobile and released version 1.0. ipk and source is available on my homepage. I invite all interested to try it out and comment on it - it should work equally well on large and small Zauruses. Remember that the package consumes about 10Mb of storage.

rolf: perhaps you can download the source and see if you can compile it for OZ?
18 Aug 2006
This is the first "real" release of my Japanese reference & drilling software. I've worked my way through a 20-point checklist of bugs and it's now much nicer to use.

Download the ipk and try it out. Note that the program is now statically linked, so if you tried out the preview release, you can delete the libraries.

Next version should have some documentation and support for landscape mode (I'll probably receive my C1000 in the beginning of next week) as well as a webpage with a user guide and more downloadable dictionaries (enamdic and friends). Please report bugs & other problems!

Here's a few screenshots for good measure.

Dictionary searh, kanji input

Kanji lookup using reading / radicals / strokes

Kanji popup menu

Quiz selection

Quiz mode. Answer "Known" if you know the answer, "Unknown" if you don't.
You'll be asked gradually less often about items that have many consecutive
"known" answers.

(Keyboard controls:
up = known
down = unknown
left = get clue
right = skip (don't answer for now)
button = see answer)
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