Emulation on PC

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Postby joh.becker on Thu Aug 29, 2002 4:55 am

Does anyone know whether the PCShell can be run in the Microsoft Windows CE emulation of a PC?
This would allow me to test my program with different display layouts.

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Postby guy on Thu Aug 29, 2002 8:22 am

It will probably run in the emulator from the PocketPC2002 SDK. I don't know whether the earlier ones are any good.


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Postby joh.becker on Thu Aug 29, 2002 2:19 pm

I have just loaded the PocketPC2002 SDK (68MB!). When reading the readme, I found that they actually expect that the programs that are supposed to be emulated need to be x86 compiled. They say that you have to set the compiler to x86.

This is what I found there:
"Emulator requires x86 compiler when used with eMbedded Visual C++
Since the new emulator runs binaries compiled for x86, you must have the x86 compiler installed to use the emulator from eVC++."

This would mean that we would need a x86 version of the runtime. Has anybody ever heard of that? Maybe this exists already from the runtime development?

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