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  1. RE: MFC or Straight Win32 API - Message Boards

  2. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 11/18/1998
    MFC, 1) Faster 2) able to port apps written in CE to WIN95, NT very very easily... Carl Chipman cchipman@nomadics.com Http://www.nomadics.com Nomadics, Inc. -----Original Message----- From: Scott Lewis [SMTP:SLewis@swspectrum.com] Sent: Wednesday, November 18, 1998 12:36 PM To: Windows CE Developers Subject: [windowsce-dev] MFC or Straight Win32 API Hi, What are most people...Read More

  3. RE: Dialog or SDI ??? - Message Boards

  4. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 6/2/1998
    > > > Can't be arsed checking... does MFC for CE support Form based apps? These > are SDI (or MDI in general) apps with the view based on a > template. You can > (in the general case, you'd have to check this for CE) use a > PropertySheet > as the view and have multiple pages on it. It does get a bit > tricky though. > But doing an API Dialog App is *so* easy... Why use MFC? Akiva...Read More

  5. Re: Running ETCHA on Compaq C810 - Message Boards

  6. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 5/11/1998
    >I'm building my first apps from the samples. > >ETCHA works fine when I build it for the emulator, but when I download it >to my Compaq C810 HPC and launch it, I get the message "Can't find ETCHA >(or one of its components). Make sure the path and filename are correct >and all the required libraries are available." > >Any ideas? While the Compaq comes with mfcce20.dll preloaded, it a...Read More

  7. Validate - Software

  8. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Download Software : System Management :
    Posted: 11/15/1999
    Have multiple CF cards? End shortcut confusion. <p> This app detects when you add and remove your CF card, and on those events validates your start menu hierarchy, hiding the apps that are no longer accessible and showing the apps that are. <p> Running a second time will show its own window, at which point you can close the application.

  9. Psion S5 - Classified

  10. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Classified Ads :
    Posted: 9/14/1998
    For Sale - Psion S5 (8MB RAM) - $350 Excellent condition. Couple months old. New unit received from Psion in exchange for a returned unit with broken hinge. BUILT-IN APPS: word processor, spreadsheet, time manager and database. ADD-ON APPS: Berlitz Phrase Book ($64 on NWT.com), Allegro Handwriting Recognition ($59 on NWT.com), Chess Game, Plan (project management shareware - re...Read More

  11. Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 8 megs ROM instead of 4 megs - Message Boards

  12. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : Windows CE : 8 megs ROM instead of 4 megs :
    Posted: 1/12/1998
    An HPC does come with apps such as Word, Excel, Calendar, Inbox and so on already in the ROM. To replace those apps, you replace the ROM. This is nice in that, unlike a desktop running Windows, it's easy to get your machine back into working order by just yanking the batteries. The down side is that if an app just plain sucks, like that horrendous Inbox thing, there's nothing you can do about it e...Read More

  13. quick launch app - Message Boards

  14. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 6/16/1998
    I'm looking for something to quick launch apps on my VELO. I used MGQKey at one time, but the links I've found are dead and it's no longer on Mark's site. I remember seeing a couple of other apps that would do what I'm looking for, but don't remember names or URL's. Any help would be appreciated and TIA. Gregory Blake Gblake@technistar.com work Gregory@oneimage.com home 6369904@page...Read More

  15. ANN: Storage Card support for CE 1.0 and CE 2.0 (SpaceHogCE, Storage Card Applet) - Message Boards

  16. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 3/6/1998
    Just a note to let everyone out here know that I've updated two of my = apps (SpaceHogCE and Storage Card Applet) to support Storage Card = information for both CE 1.0 and CE 2.0. In the past these apps only provided storage card details (free space / = used space) for storage cards in Windows CE 2.0. For more information go to: http://www.grundlesoftware.com/wince.htm Chris Russell...Read More

  17. Re: Pocket C - Message Boards

  18. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 5/4/1998
    You write apps that run on the HPC, and you write them on the HPC! - rick -----Original Message----- From: marku@juno.com [mailto:marku@juno.com] Sent: Saturday, May 02, 1998 9:13 PM To: Windows CE Talk List Subject: [windowsce-talk] Re: Pocket C Do you write Win95 apps with Pocket C or CE aps with Pocket C? Mark

  19. RE: Re : Single app - Message Boards

  20. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 1/6/2000
    That solution will only work for desktop apps. Atoms (both local and global) are not supported in any version of CE. HTH -----Original Message----- From: Arkady Frankel [mailto:ArkadyF@afcon-inc.com] Sent: Wednesday, January 05, 2000 9:57 PM To: Windows CE Developers Subject: [windowsce-dev] Re : Single app P.S. Another bulletproof way is to use GlobalFindAtom("MyApp" ) / Globa...Read More

  21. Re: message crackers - Message Boards

  22. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 5/23/2000
    Here are some reasons when/why it makes sense to use straight Win32 API: 1) Porting existing Win32 apps to CE. 2) Writing code for devices that don't have MFC, which includes many embedded devices. Current shipping PocketPC & HPC Pro devices *do* have MFC in ROM, it is true. But quite a few embedded devices are targetted for really truly small memory footprints of 4-8M and less. 3) D...Read More

  23. Re: message crackers - Message Boards

  24. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 5/23/2000
    Thanks Paul , but my question was more philosophical than practical And directly could be formulated :"Why I need to write api app in CE ?" I used message crackers in api apps in pc , but I don't see useful appliance Of it ( api ) in hpc/ppc because of possibility to write mfc apps with no more or less Size of them compare to api apps. Thanks once more Arkady -----Original Message----...Read More

  25. Re: message crackers - Message Boards

  26. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 5/23/2000
    Arkady, Because MFCs overhead is something like 700K at runtime - and that is with almost no functionality. Whereas a similiar application using the straight api could be 1/4 that with all necessary functionality. Therefore many people try to stay away from MFC because of the large overhead. -----Original Message----- From: bounce-windowsce-dev-6415@lists.hpc.net [mailto:bounce-window...Read More

  27. ANN : CEGate... - Message Boards

  28. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 6/9/1998
    Hi WinCErs, CE mailing lists subscribers, CE newsgroups readers, fellow CEGate members, The CEGate Project "was a dream given form" to take the words of J. Michael Straczynski, creator of Babylon5. Unfortunately, this dream will probably end on the 6th of July. CEGate was the brainchild of Fred Bouvry (fred@cegate.com), the idea was to create a Developers Central for Windows CE developer...Read More

  29. ANN : CEGate... - Message Boards

  30. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 6/9/1998
    Hi WinCErs, CE mailing lists subscribers, CE newsgroups readers, fellow CEGate members, The CEGate Project "was a dream given form" to take the words of J. Michael Straczynski, creator of Babylon5. Unfortunately, this dream will probably end on the 6th of July. CEGate was the brainchild of Fred Bouvry (fred@cegate.com), the idea was to create a Developers Central for Windows CE developer...Read More

  31. Screensize / Windows CE 2.11 / HPC Pro / Scrollbar / 640 x 480 - Message Boards

  32. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 1/27/1999
    Hi ------------------------------- we have developed and released some apps, runnig fine on PsPC and HPC (640x240) with Windows CE 2.0. (you may find them here: www.aaa-software.com - sorry, this is not meant as an add !) We and some customers just had them running on some new HPC Pro sized devices (640 x 480), running with Windows CE professional = Windows CE 2.11 (Form factor). Wh...Read More

  33. RE: Error compiling resources - Message Boards

  34. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 1/16/1999
    I installed VC50, WinCE Toolkit vor VC, PPC SDK. I did not replace any files. Compilation of my MFC Apps for the MIPS target works fine. What mi= ght be the point is that I don't make any real difference between HPC and PPC apps. -----Original Message----- From: bounce-windowsce-dev-85013@Lists.WindowsCE.com [mailto:bounce-windowsce-dev-85013@Lists.WindowsCE.com]On Behalf Of Tim Henrion ...Read More

  35. RE: PSPC vs Palm III - Message Boards

  36. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 5/22/1998
    At 10:30 22/05/98 -0400, you wrote: > >Harsh words, but you're right. As consumer electronics the Palm Pilot has >the CE devices beat hands down. > > But whenever I try to show someone something - like look up an >address, there's a little existential collapse as I realize just how lame >they really are. I agree in many ways, but don't believe this means that WinCE is a bad thing in ...Read More

  37. RE: Converting - Message Boards

  38. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 4/24/1998
    >There seems to be two levels of compatibility for C/C++. Microsoft's = (ie, >can you take a Win32 or MFC app and port it to CE with ease) and ANSI >standard C/C++ (ie can you take Unix C/C++ apps and port them to CE = with >ease.) >#1's answer is a qualified "yes" - most of what you need is there in CE = to >move even complex Win32/MFC apps over with light work (maybe 5-10% = rework)...Read More

  39. RE: Converting - Message Boards

  40. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 4/24/1998
    At 07:46 AM 4/24/98 -0500, you wrote: >On Thu, Apr 23, 1998 at 10:03:32PM -0700, Jason (home) wrote: >> fopen()? tis not part of the C-language - tis part of the "standard" C runtime. Under the hood, it simply (eventually) calls CreateFile(). CE programs are much smaller than their desktop counter-parts because the console I/O functions are not included. You can fairly easily create your ...Read More

  41. Re: message crackers - Message Boards

  42. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 5/23/2000
    On Tue, 23 May 2000 17:24:34 +0200, you wrote: OK, I've got to jump in here :-) >Thanks Paul , but my question was more philosophical than practical >And directly could be formulated :"Why I need to write api app in CE ?" Because they are far more portable than MFC app at the moment. We've got an app, written in MFC 2.0. Then CE 2.11 came out, and luckily it worked when we copied t...Read More

  43. RE: Rapier - Message Boards

  44. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 3/27/2000
    Everybody knows about ROM upgrade already, but I do post it again: http://www.brighthand.com/ROMupgrade.html Sorry Kenny, I cannot answer all your questions, but MS claims to code backward-compatible OSes, doesn't it? > -----Original Message----- > From: bounce-windowsce-dev-3684@lists.hpc.net > [mailto:bounce-windowsce-dev-3684@lists.hpc.net]On Behalf Of Kenny Goers > Sent: Tuesday, Ma...Read More

  45. RE: How does the "show desktop" button work? - Message Boards

  46. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 2/18/2000
    Is your application's window a dialog box? If so, then you might see some problems. There were some threads on this newsgroup awhile back - don't recall what the solution was. If your application's main window is *not* a dialog box, then I think you'll want to look at the WS_ flags that have been set for the main window. (Am assuming you are doing Win32, if you're doing MFC you can still ...Read More

  47. RE: Application not appearing in task manager on -PPC - Message Boards

  48. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 3/30/1999
    I have Z-order problems all over the place on the emulator but they work fine on the PPC. Although you must be careful when popping up modal windows to make sure that they are "parented" off the main app window. -bryanw -----Original Message----- From: bounce-windowsce-dev-103928@lists.hpc.net [mailto:bounce-windowsce-dev-103928@lists.hpc.net]On Behalf Of Thomas Tuttenuj Sent: Tuesday...Read More

  49. Re: Updating Casiopaiea A11->A11+ - Message Boards

  50. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 7/20/1998
    My respnses are under your comments, Josef. > I've just ordered the WinCEv2 upgrade kit for the A11+ so I can >upgrade >my main RAM from 4Mb to 6Mb. Has anyone done this before? Yes. Until I acquired my A-20, I have been using an upgraded A-11. I never ordered the extra 2 RAM though. But with my 15MB Storage Card I had no memory problems. It speeds up ROM applications and slows down...Read More


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