Code::Blocks

User forums => General (but related to Code::Blocks) => Topic started by: Mavericko on March 01, 2007, 12:29:39 am

Title: Code::Blocks for the Pocket PCs/SmartPhones ??
Post by: Mavericko on March 01, 2007, 12:29:39 am
Hi,

I would very much like to have code blocks running on a Pocket PC, say that runs on Windows Mobile 2003.
It would help us to work out some logic/algorithm on C++, when we are away from work.

BTW, do we have anything like that already ?
Most of the tools I could find are cross compilers.

The scenario that I am telling is, that the code would be written using a stylus, on a PDA, compiled using the PDA's ARM processor, and run on the same.
Title: Re: Code::Blocks for the Pocket PCs/SmartPhones ??
Post by: Game_Ender on March 01, 2007, 07:00:43 am
You would first need a wxWidgets version that would run on a PDA, which doesn't really exist.  I would reason that a complied language is probably not the best kind of language to use.  I would use something interrupted so that you don't have to wait for the slow processor to compile something before it runs.  Something like Python for Pocket PC (http://www.murkworks.com/Research/Python/PocketPCPython/Overview) would probably be the best idea.  That way you can test your coding ideas, and have need to compile things.