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C++ Compiler on a Pocket PC?

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of course it could be done, but i think what you really want is microsoft's pocket pc std. which includes a pocket pc emulater from what i've heard. let me see if i can find you the link.

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nope, i don't have the link, but do a search for "pocket pc sdk" at microsoft.com. that should give you what you want.

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This is why I got a Sharp Zaurus; it's a Linux based pda so you can put gcc and the entire gnu tool chain on it. There are SDL ports and opengl es also.

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I haven't used it, but there is a c++ compiler called Pocket gcc.
If you're using linux here's a link to the Debian source package

If you're not using linux (or are using a distro other than debian) do a web search for it.

Also, here's a link to a press release for it.

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That port of the Pocket GCC is better, i think: http://http://mamaich.kasone.com/
You can use the STL and SDL with it.

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