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  1. RE: CE Databases (HP620LX) - Message Boards

  2. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 2/28/1998
    This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------=_NextPart_000_0005_01BD444D.30182060 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Thanks Greg, I actually re-installed the software to extract the data and delete the unwanted database. I then used your second suggestion below and removed some other database files. It's seems quite a few notes progra...Read More

  3. Re: windowsce-talk digest: April 17, 1998 - Message Boards

  4. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 4/18/1998
    Acutally, Windows CE 2.0 is FASTER in Winodws apps like Word and browsing trhough folders, not 3rd part apps. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is an E-Mail from /\/\ark. Try to contain your excitement. --Mark Morgan Ulrich-- ---marku@juno.com--- (regular e-mail) ----bp335161@nassaulibrary.org---- (file and graphic e-mail) On Sat, 18 ...Read More

  5. RE: I have a problem... - Message Boards

  6. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 7/1/1998
    On Wednesday, July 01, 1998 1:52 PM, Thomas Meissner [SMTP:tmeissner@wrightstrat.com] wrote: > I just wanted to throw some gas on this fire... > > Since we write primarily vertical market apps, we have installed from > flash card for quite a while. This works GREAT for H/PCs. > Unfortunately, MS has eliminated the ability to install this way for the > P/PC. There is no 'explorer', and th...Read More

  7. Re: CE as dumb terminal - Message Boards

  8. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 5/24/1998
    On Fri, May 22, 1998 at 09:28:51PM -0500, Thomas A. Valentine, P.A. wrote: > A PC is an unreliable, persnickity, and expensive when used by experienced > staff. They are even more frustrating when users have no clue what they're > doing. I have a few users who've totally given up on the overkill apps on > the PC 'cause they havn't the time for the learning curve. Some others > tinker until...Read More

  9. RE: We need more freeware! (IDEA FOR MICROSOFT) - Message Boards

  10. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 5/18/1998
    Exactly, the problem is mickeysoft trying to outsmart us by trying to make it non-standard.. like err.. no stdin, stdout, stderr or something like that.. Probably we could redirect the output to ktrl.dll (i think) console. I'm not a C programmer (I am not able to see C code without feeling nauseous)*vomit* so I do not know how difficult it is to port Python or TCL.. But what I know is, if som...Read More

  11. RE: We need more freeware! (IDEA FOR MICROSOFT) - Message Boards

  12. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 5/18/1998
    On Mon, May 18, 1998 at 12:20:43PM +0800, Wari Wahab wrote: > TCL.. But what I know is, if someone *did* manage to port tcl/tk (I would > pay for it, too bad the licence of the source is GPL'ed.. means I can give > it to anyone for free if I like), we would have the freedom to create apps > and share codes among developers.. What do you mean, too bad it is GPL? This is why the GPL is a good...Read More

  13. Re: We need more freeware! - Message Boards

  14. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 5/13/1998
    I totally agree, 100%, and I think that's why most of the freeware apps ARE notepads, memory checkers, etc. But, TascalSearch is similar to bFIND yet TascalSearch is free and bFIND is not (Yes, I know that some things are different in bFIND and are better, but I can live with the extra $20-30 and TSearch) Also, the ShellForce program, which gives you a MS DOS shell, is $25 or something b...Read More

  15. RE: We need more freeware! - Message Boards

  16. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 5/13/1998
    >a) Everything you said is TRUE about the sites you listed. >b) Now go to those sites and count all the "packages" of Sw (Linux counts as >ONE) >c) NOW Log on to compuserve and count ALL the freeware apps that are "lame". > ETC ETC I really think freeware is made to prevent the commercial developers from designing SMALL and PARTIALLY useful programs (eg, paint prog.. notepad.. sound app...Read More

  17. unable to build GUI DEMOs - Message Boards

  18. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 8/4/1998
    hi, I am using 'WinCE Embedded Toolkit for MSVC ver 1 with WinCE EDK Ver 2'. I was trying to build the demo apps DEMO5, DEMO7, etc. but i am not able to run them. the build machine and the target machine are both pentium. I am trying to build it in i486 mode. running them on the target machine with the Parallel port Cable connected results in an access violation in GWES.exe. i have attach...Read More

  19. RE: Anyone using VB for CE - Message Boards

  20. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 10/1/1998
    I used VB CE and ADO CE for a prototype app for a demo. Note that I wasn't an experienced VB developer at all so it was a struggle and I probably hit a number of issues that to an experienced VB developer would have been trivial. I found it flaky at times but all in all quite reasonable, had a number of problems with not being able to dynamically size arrays which I finally gave up on...Read More

  21. RE: Need help building a development platform and environment. - Message Boards

  22. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 1/4/1999
    The Platform builder is meant to replace the ETK, so if you want Microsoft's latest and greatest you should get the Platform builder. I'm still using the ETK and can't tell you much about the CE Platform Builder. I think the Platform Builder requires VC++ 6.0. The ETK I have works with VC++ 5.0 and supports the CEPC platform (what you need to support a 486 or Pentium target PC), but I don't...Read More

  23. Re: Career opportunity for WindowsCE Developers - Message Boards

  24. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 12/11/1998
    <g> I responded with 'It isn't' as it was my understanding that this was a mailing list for development issues on CE. If it is more general than that, it's fine with me. At least the e-mail didn't begin with 'Do you want a better life' or 'XXXX rated jobs available'. We too are looking for CE developers and might find this mailing list as a nice way to recruit.<g> At 12:30 AM 12/11/98 -0500, ...Read More

  25. Re: Career opportunity for WindowsCE Developers - Message Boards

  26. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 12/11/1998
    I appreciate your post. If people are bright enough to code for wince they are bright enough to hit 'delete' before 'reply'. -brads > -----Original Message----- > From: bounce-windowsce-dev-45470@Lists.WindowsCE.com > [mailto:bounce-windowsce-dev-45470@Lists.WindowsCE.com]On Behalf Of > anakinsolo@geocities.com > Sent: Thursday, December 10, 1998 9:30 PM > To: Windows CE Developers >...Read More

  27. Re: Career opportunity for WindowsCE Developers - Message Boards

  28. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 12/11/1998
    On Thu, 10 Dec 1998 08:54:36 -0800 Paul Lever wrote: >At 02:24 PM 12/9/98 -0500, Christian Morency wrote: >>Hi guys, >> >>I thought the following would be of interest for some of the >>WindowsCE developers among us. >It isn't. I'll be polite *smile*... I think this mailing list isn't as friendly as it was back then when I was more active into the WindowsCE community... I thought ...Read More

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

  30. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 6/2/1998
    CFormView is supported by MFC under CE. > -----Original Message----- > From: Graham Stalker-Wilde [SMTP:grahams@pipeline.com] > Sent: Tuesday, June 02, 1998 4:51 PM > To: Windows CE Developers > Subject: [windowsce-dev] RE: Dialog or SDI ??? > > On Tuesday, June 02, 1998 5:40 AM, Scott B. Lewis [SMTP:scottl@btci.com] > wrote: > > I am currently developing an application in VC++/CE whi...Read More

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

  32. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 6/2/1998
    On Tuesday, June 02, 1998 5:40 AM, Scott B. Lewis [SMTP:scottl@btci.com] wrote: > I am currently developing an application in VC++/CE which conists of 5 > forms (I came from the VB world)... > > The first Form is a LOGIN form... Once the login/pw is entered correctly, > the login form will disappear and NEVER be used again. > > Then there are 4 remaining forms which the user will float b...Read More

  33. Re: VB Runtime Environment - Message Boards

  34. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 6/18/1998
    I am having this same problem on my Hitachi HPW-200EC. I have verified using SpaceHog that pvb.exe is in ROM, and I have been unable to update it. I can still run my apps though, by letting VB attempt to update the file (it fails but the app runs anyway). I hope there IS a way to update it because I know it will cause problems in my apps eventually. - Keith Walton - keith@pobox.com -----Ori...Read More

  35. CPP Constructors in Win32 for CE are not called for module data. - Message Boards

  36. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Dev List Archive :
    Posted: 7/5/1998
    It appears that object class constructors (ctors) are not called for module objects in WIN32 apps. I have modified and built both the Win32 and MFC example applications for WinCE 2.0 x86em. The modified MFC example works but the WIN32 example does not. Here are the modifications. WIN32 and MFC - GENERIC.CPP Before the first function and after the other declarations we have added: cl...Read More

  37. Re: Casio E10 problems - Message Boards

  38. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 7/6/1998
    I don't have much program running. I have about 2MB memory left. jUs try to adjust to memory to give more space to the program memory.. won't help :( I'm not in "text selection" or 'add space" mode. Other than using Jot or Keyboard to enter character, it won't allow me to "draw ink" or select text. Whenever I drag on the screen is the "Add Space" arrow. I tried to have a full reset. we...Read More

  39. Oriental/Chinese HPCs - Message Boards

  40. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 7/10/1998
    Hi! My name is Akira Kenshin... My HPC is a Casio Cassiopeia A-51V... It has a 24Mb ROM, 8Mb RAM, and an 75MHz Hitachi SH3 CPU... Well, compared to the American versions of the Cassiopeia, the Japanese version has more ROM because it needs to incorporate the Japanese characters into the OS... Actually, the A-51V's OS is a Windows CE v1.01 which is more like 50% US and 50% Japanese (compar...Read More

  41. Re: ANN: HP 620LX 16MB Upgrade Available - Message Boards

  42. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 7/21/1998
    At 10:28 AM 7/20/98 -1000, you wrote: > > >well it looks like we got conflicting stories. But to me who cares, as long > >as I can upgrade my machine. Just the thought of having 16mb of memory for > >applications to run in, instead of having to share the built in 16mb of RAM > >and by allowing my apps to run a little faster. > > > >Just curious- How many of you all come anyw...Read More

  43. Re: 1400mAh batteries - Message Boards

  44. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 8/15/1998
    >I was one of those "pioneers" who got a 320LX all those 12 months ago >for US$1000+ including modem!!! Wow. 11 months ago, almost to this day, I got my good ol' A-11 for only $299. I thought I was a pioneer ;-) >Impressed with ver. 2. Seems to run faster, smoother, heaps more >screen real estate and seems easier on the batteries as well. This is the EXACT opposite of what ...Read More

  45. RE: What to buy ? HP 360LX versus Philips Velo500 - Message Boards

  46. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 8/7/1998
    On Friday, August 07, 1998 12:31 PM, Mark M Ulrich [SMTP:marku@juno.com] wrote: > I've noticed this as well after my A-20 does its occasional hard > resetting. I used to install the "works" in the tray --- Status, Sound > Widget (or Mute, whatever mood I was in), TrayDate, SW4U Task Bar, > Cascade, and probably a few others (if you look at some of my older > reviews of software at CE Lair ...Read More

  47. Re: Pocket IE in CE 2.0 - Message Boards

  48. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 8/24/1998
    Pocket IE is like the other pocket apps, limited in functions. If MS wanted to put a full blown browser win Windows CE, they would have. We have to remeber that these are pocket applications, if we want a full blown browser in a handheld - go buy a Toshiba Liberrto. Maybe MS will support more of java in the next or future release. PIE is suppose to be just a basic browser, if it supported mo...Read More

  49. RE: RE: IBM 1INCH HARD DRIVE (will it ever - Message Boards

  50. Location:  HPC.net for PocketPC : Pocket PC Forums : PocketPC-Talk List Archive :
    Posted: 9/11/1998
    ------ =_NextPart_000_01BDDD9C.D9DFC740 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable My opinion exactly. =20 I also understand that these things aren't even available yet (think = Clik!). The price of my flash card has dropped in half in the past six = months. Though it may never get to the $1/M price point, it will drop = to a more tolera...Read More


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