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PostPosted: Fri Oct 08, 2004 5:01 pm
by SamWillis

Is there <i>any</i> way to use Onboard C to create a Native Library for Pocket C. :D


PostPosted: Sun Oct 10, 2004 12:13 pm
by mgreen
I've used Palm Pascal to create several native libraries for Pocket C. See their website <> for examples including the sources of the native libraries (mostly interfaces to printing libraries like BtPrint and TealPrint). Palm Pascal is a free Pascal compiler that runs under the Palm OS and produces native code (both 68k and ARM). The compiler was originally written in OnBoard C and has been partially rewritten in Pascal.

I've also worked with OnBoard C and was able to build a simple native library for Pocket C, but also had problems with bugs in the compiler and assembler.

Michael Green