I've updated Developer Image:
- Added UIC (UI Compiler)
- Added tmake
- Added qembed - File and Image Embedder
- Added man, groff and a hole bunch of man pages
- Added VIM
Now having UIC and tmake in place, it's possible to build Qtopia GUI applications (not only console ones) on board your Zaurus!
Please, note that this version uses squashfs filesystem instead of cramfs, so you'll need a kernel module. See the this thead for details:
The new Developer Image 1.6 can be downloaded here:
Some recommendations: compiling C++ programs will each up most of your memory. It's highly recommended to create a swapfile of 32 Mb or more and disable some of the memory-coinsuming fast load applications, like KO/Pi PIM apps. Even then you may get Low Memory messages from Qtopia with large source files, so it's also recommended to split them into smaller ones.