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Jeode on PDA

Hello, I have recently installed Jeode on my PDA but realise that the runtime environment is a bit behind. Would anyone know how I would go about running applications on my PDA and where to install my Java files? In addition I was wondering if anyone of you would know of a Text editor/compiler to run Java programs on Pocket PC?

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SOURCE: Visual Studio.NET on PDA

The PDA uses the Compact .NET framework. You develop with Visual Studio .NET on the PC - just start a new Smart Device Project (select Pocket PC, not Windows CE in the second screen)

Posted on Sep 14, 2005

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