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Tron
Hello all,

I've searched quite unsuccessfully for a shopping list application for pdaXrom. You know, something where you select items from a previously created list you need to shop and tick them off as you load them into the cart.

There are several such applications for OpenZaurus, mostly based on xml. But if I'm correct then OZ-applications are QT, which doesn't run on pdaXrom. A Gtk-application should run, shouldn't it?

Does anyone know of such an application for pdaXrom?
danr
QUOTE(Tron @ May 15 2007, 06:39 AM)
Hello all,

I've searched quite unsuccessfully for a shopping list application for pdaXrom. You know, something where you select items from a previously created list you need to shop and tick them off as you load them into the cart.

There are several such applications for OpenZaurus, mostly based on xml. But if I'm correct then OZ-applications are QT, which doesn't run on pdaXrom. A Gtk-application should run, shouldn't it?

Does anyone know of such an application for pdaXrom?
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QT apps do work under pdaXrom; perhaps you're thinking of Qtopia apps, which are Sharp-ROM-only.

I use Portabase as a shopping list app (which is a QT app). As an example, you can create a field with a description (text), another with the shopping aisle number (select from a list), and another as a checkbox to indicate whether to buy or not. You can sort the list on aisle number, then description. Then you can set up a filter to only show those items to buy. There's also an option to tick checkboxes without going into edit mode.

I've moved over to Debian EABI now, so am trying to compile Portabase up for that platform.
svs57
QUOTE(danr @ May 15 2007, 11:02 AM)
QUOTE(Tron @ May 15 2007, 06:39 AM)
Hello all,

I've searched quite unsuccessfully for a shopping list application for pdaXrom. You know, something where you select items from a previously created list you need to shop and tick them off as you load them into the cart.

There are several such applications for OpenZaurus, mostly based on xml. But if I'm correct then OZ-applications are QT, which doesn't run on pdaXrom. A Gtk-application should run, shouldn't it?

Does anyone know of such an application for pdaXrom?
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QT apps do work under pdaXrom; perhaps you're thinking of Qtopia apps, which are Sharp-ROM-only.

I use Portabase as a shopping list app (which is a QT app). As an example, you can create a field with a description (text), another with the shopping aisle number (select from a list), and another as a checkbox to indicate whether to buy or not. You can sort the list on aisle number, then description. Then you can set up a filter to only show those items to buy. There's also an option to tick checkboxes without going into edit mode.

I've moved over to Debian EABI now, so am trying to compile Portabase up for that platform.
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I try to compile it under Debian EABI.
arm-linux-g++ -c -pipe -DQT_QWS_CUSTOM -fno-exceptions -fno-rtti -Wall -W -O2 -DNO_DEBUG -I/include -I/usr/share/qt3//include -I./ -o database.o database.cpp
database.cpp: In constructor ‘Database::Database(QString, int*, int)’:
database.cpp:40: error: ‘win32FileOpenFunc’ is not a member of ‘c4_Storage’
database.cpp: In member function ‘QStringList Database::listViews()’:
database.cpp:273: error: ‘stringCompareFunc’ is not a member of ‘c4_View’
database.cpp:275: error: ‘stringCompareFunc’ is not a member of ‘c4_View’
.....
Do you how to compile? No configure.
danr
QUOTE(svs57 @ May 15 2007, 12:24 PM)
I try to compile it under Debian EABI.
arm-linux-g++ -c -pipe -DQT_QWS_CUSTOM  -fno-exceptions -fno-rtti -Wall -W -O2 -DNO_DEBUG -I/include -I/usr/share/qt3//include -I./ -o database.o database.cpp
database.cpp: In constructor ‘Database::Database(QString, int*, int)’:
database.cpp:40: error: ‘win32FileOpenFunc’ is not a member of ‘c4_Storage’
database.cpp: In member function ‘QStringList Database::listViews()’:
database.cpp:273: error: ‘stringCompareFunc’ is not a member of ‘c4_View’
database.cpp:275: error: ‘stringCompareFunc’ is not a member of ‘c4_View’
.....
Do you how to compile? No configure.
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I have the same problem unfortunately. It's strange because I could compile Portabase for pdaXrom with no problems. It might be something to do with the version of metakit included with Debian. Maybe I'll try to compile metakit to see if that makes a difference.
Tron
QUOTE(danr @ May 15 2007, 02:41 PM)
I have the same problem unfortunately.  It's strange because I could compile Portabase for pdaXrom with no problems. 

I run into the same problem trying to compile it on the zaurus.
Do you have a working ipk for pdaXrom? I'd love to try that on my Z (pdaXii13, but will hopefully work).
danr
QUOTE(Tron @ May 15 2007, 01:17 PM)
I run into the same problem trying to compile it on the zaurus.
Do you have a working ipk for pdaXrom? I'd love to try that on my Z (pdaXii13, but will hopefully work).
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Hmm maybe I didn't compile it after all. I looked on my PC and found the one I install was created by pgas. Anyway, here it is.
Chero
QUOTE(Tron @ May 15 2007, 02:17 PM)
QUOTE(danr @ May 15 2007, 02:41 PM)
I have the same problem unfortunately.  It's strange because I could compile Portabase for pdaXrom with no problems. 

I run into the same problem trying to compile it on the zaurus.
Do you have a working ipk for pdaXrom? I'd love to try that on my Z (pdaXii13, but will hopefully work).
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Since it's a qt3 app, has anyone tried to run "qmake" followed by "make" ?
(I didn't look at the source, so it may be a stupid remark)

Chero.
danr
QUOTE(Chero @ May 15 2007, 06:01 PM)
Since it's a qt3 app, has anyone tried to run "qmake" followed by "make" ?
(I didn't look at the source, so it may be a stupid remark)

Chero.
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Yes, it just requires a qmake and make. But it has a dependency on metakit and beecrypt. Metakit seems to give it the problems described above.
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