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NS Basic/CE (and all other variants) are now open source

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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2021-10-14 12:36 PM
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andrej2112 - 2021-10-14 11:04 AM

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You were faster Badge to you!
Yes, serial is 3000003 for my ericsson mc16 win CE 2.0

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Same thing what can NSbasic on device, you could do it with PockeC, amazing too, only difference is you have to use api wrapping for network and other more complicated libraries, on NSB you already have BASIC controls and components, richer pallette...
With waybackmachine I have downloads for all platforms PocketC. Are you willing to give one more badge?
Is PocketC officially exemptionware?

I don't mind adding to to the SCL if you do the work at organising everything needed so that I can copy/paste it in. Please start a new thread though
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andrej2112 Page Icon Posted 2021-10-15 7:00 AM
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Yes it is exemption ware, authors put download on their site. Additionaly to PocketC there is Form designer, but download is on waybackmachine
pocketC for various devices > https://orbworks.com/pcce/download.html
pocketC resources > https://orbworks.com/pcce/resources.html
pc visual form designer runtime and on device development apps > https://web.archive.org/web/20070207074842/https://www.networkdynami...

I will open new thread about pocketC and put in detail links for every platform, runtime, on device builders...etc



PS: I think you should put link for NSBasic in software repository in category "on host programmig" too. What you think?

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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2021-10-15 5:47 PM
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pisst, I said new thread

I have no idea, is there a compiler for it on Win/Mac/*nix?



So, were the v7 files any use?
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andrej2112 Page Icon Posted 2021-10-15 7:52 PM
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v7 nsbasic: They will be when author find all files, he is searching for them.
There is desktop version of pocketc.
Can you move posts as admin?
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2021-10-15 8:40 PM
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Like I said previously, I uploaded what I have recorded as v7 to the SCL. See the SCL.

Please just start a new thread as you see fit.

We are talking about NS Basic/CE here only.
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ntware Page Icon Posted 2021-10-16 2:48 AM
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The files on the SCL for v7 are only for the runtime, which is not much useful, since we need the IDE to code.
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2021-10-16 8:15 AM
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ntware - 2021-10-16 2:48 AM

The files on the SCL for v7 are only for the runtime, which is not much useful, since we need the IDE to code.
Ah That's a shame. It was all I had.
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2021-10-16 8:40 AM
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It's a shame because you can see the directory tree for it:
https://web.archive.org/web/20090607102004/https://www.nsbasic.com/p...

It has just not been copied

Looks like someone else did the same sleuthing too: https://4pda.to/forum/index.php?showtopic=3515&st=60
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