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GotenSSj
Hi,

I'm a real beginner for development on a palm device.

So, really need a simple tutorial for the begin

Like create an hello world compile it for the palm then test(?) and install

an hello world with qt-embedded to

please, i don't know how to do any of this :|
ArchiMark
GotenSSj,

I think you're 'barking up the wrong tree' here....

For Palm OS development think you need to use other development tools....

Check out the following for your options:

http://www.palmos.com/dev/tools/

http://www.tldp.org/REF/palmdevqs/

http://www.massena.com/darrin/pilot/tanda.htm

HTH,

Mark
GotenSSj
Uhm .....

I'm sorry...

I don't have explained myself well..

So...
I'm not using palm os at all, I'm using zaurus with opie

My word palm come from a (my of course) mistake, in Italian an handheld is called "Palmare" ^^''

I'm sorry for the bother unsure.gif

But I really need an help sad.gif
andresgriego
I just setup zgcc on my Zaurus last night. Do a search in the forums for 'zgcc' and look for a tutorial.

I don't have the exact link here, I have it at home if you can't find the tutorial.


GL,

Andres
raduga
QUOTE(GotenSSj @ Feb 2 2006, 08:28 AM)
Hi,

I'm a real beginner for development on a palm device.

So, really need a simple tutorial for the begin

Like create an hello world compile it for the palm then test(?) and install

an hello world with qt-embedded to

please, i don't know how to do any of this :|
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Here's a link to some general advice for setup and installation of ZGCC and some other tools for compiling directly on the Zaurus:
http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showt...indpost&p=99465

If you want to build your programs on another PC, you get a cross-compiler chain
for the PC, and it will probably work much faster. Still, ZGCC is easier to set up
if you want to say "hello world". smile.gif

In the long term... you may also want to consider running a different ROM than the built-in Sharp ROM; its limited, its old, and rather less flexible for most people's purposes. OpenZaurus has a nice build system, and also supports X natively if you're more familiar with X than QT.
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