[Loadstone] Porting LS to Windows mobile or Pocket.

monty at loadstone-gps.com monty at loadstone-gps.com
Mon Dec 10 22:19:02 GMT 2007

Hello Geoff,

Yes, it has come up before.  Both for mobiles running the Windows pocket 
O/S as well as for Symbian series 80.  The program is open-source so 
anything is possible as far as porting goes.  Symbian tends to be 
recognisable for the most part but is definitely  cryptic and conveluted 
in several places.  The best way is to read the code, get used to it, 
think about porting and get stuck in.  In terms of compilers, I think 
Google will be your best friend both for methods people are already using 
to port and other porting projects yu will be able to model from.  Do keep 
us posted and like I've said in the past, we'd be happy to host the 
project and merge any ports into the main stream.  Maintaining of course 
would be your responsibility.

Best regards,

On Mon, 10 Dec 2007, Geoff Waaler wrote:

> Greetings,
> I suspect this has come up on the list before.  If feesible or possible I'd
> be interested in helping to migrate Loadstone to Windows Pocket and Windows
> Mobile for smart phones.  I'm knowledgable in many programming languages,
> but have no experience with either cimbian or applicable compilers for the
> Windows platform.  I know it would only be a ball park guess, but would such
> a project be doable without involving a total rewrite?  If so how would one
> get started finding compilers which would be both accessible to JFW9 and
> functional?
> Thanks and regards.
> Geoff
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