Author Topic: Code::Blocks for the Pocket PCs/SmartPhones ??  (Read 3309 times)

Mavericko

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Code::Blocks for the Pocket PCs/SmartPhones ??
« 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.

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Re: Code::Blocks for the Pocket PCs/SmartPhones ??
« Reply #1 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 would probably be the best idea.  That way you can test your coding ideas, and have need to compile things.