Re: Windows CE development
Date: Sat, 8 May 2004 23:22:42 -0400
Download and install eVC. It's Help file and associated headers are a
pretty good source of documentation.
"j0mbolar" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I am wanting to develop some applications for
> windows CE on my pocketpc(mips)
> I came across a gcc port for windows CE
> so I will probably use that as my compiler
> but where can I find a good api reference for windows CE
> development? both a GUI api and an api reference
> for essential functions.
> further, where can I find well written documentation
> pertaining to how to use the installer?
> so that the program can be installed on
> a desktop PC and then have the necessary files transferred
> via activesync.
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