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23 Jan 2004
I'm a new Zaurus owner and am having a tough time getting up to speed on how best to do app development. I'm comfy with C++ but have never done development with cross compilers for embedded systems before, and my home box is Windows... After a lot of downloading, reading, and futzing around, I'm feeling stumped. Does anyone know if it is even possible to get the trolltech sdk working with Cygwin on Win2k, or do I really need a true linux box?
23 Jan 2004
Ok, I found the unicode-fonts_0.5.0_arm.ipk which includes Esperanto characters for display, but I am totally unable to find a way to enter Esperanto characters as text into the Zaurus... (I can only view it in a file copied to the Zaurus.)

I have looked at some of the downloads for alternate text entry and none seem to do what I need (e.g. they require you to be able to enter the letter to assign it to a key, which is a chicken-and-egg problem...). The letters I need are not in ISO-8859-1, they are in ISO-8859-3. E.g. Ĉ etc. The Unicode entry method doesn't show my Esperanto characters even though I installed the font that displays them.

Is there a way to augment the character recognition to learn additional Unicode characters so I could draw a c with a ^ on it and have it be recognized as ĉ?

An alternate solution would be if I could toggle a mode where entering the 2 letters in a row, e.g. cx, gets turned into ĉ (a common keyboard method used for entering Esperanto text).
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