On 1/22/07, Doug Reeder <reeder.29@osu....> wrote:
> The zenoez setup has worked well for me, though you'll want to
> download the latest version of PilRC and compile it, to get support
> for Navigation resources.
At this point, I'm too ignorant to even know what those ("Navigation
resources") are. I was able to do the zenonez download/install and
then successfully compiled/downloaded the "hello world" example
program onto my Treo.
I've struggled with trying to get the palm emulator to compile on
MacOS 10.4; it seems to be designed for an older version of MacOS
and/or I haven't specified the right config flags (the compilation
craps out while trying to find X routines; the #includes for the X
libraries are in the emulator's header files, but the apple-oriented
ifdefs cause the #includes to be excluded).
I'm *almost* to the point where I'm going to give up and download the
windoze-based palm emulator and run it under virtual pee-see; has
anyone been able to get the emulator to successfully build on a later
version of MacOS (without mangling the header files)? Native-mode
would be much better, no?