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torch Page Icon Posted 2022-08-08 7:15 PM
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I’ll take a look and try to add compatibility where I can.
I was doing some digging on ScummVM and found that someone compiled a later release for Windows CE 5.0 MIPS. It didn’t work on my 790 but I wanted to ask to see if maybe we should archive it. I just don’t want to add stuff if I can’t test it nor personally vet it.
It was posted on the ScummVM forums. Apparently Korea has a lot of MIPS devices.
Long story short the last MIPS release officially was 0.7.1. This is a port for 0.10
https://forums.scummvm.org/viewtopic.php?t=4459

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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2022-08-08 10:30 PM
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If it is a genuine CE 5 app and not a miss-tagged WM5 one, sure, go for it.
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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2022-08-09 1:51 AM
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Never heard of a Windows Mobile 5 device with a MIPS processor, C:Amie.

But there were some CE 5.0 MIPS PMPs originating from South Korea, as I've pointed out in a couple of threads here.
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torch Page Icon Posted 2022-08-09 5:05 AM
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Perfect, I added it. Obviously I am unable to test it hahah. Also, I've been working on testing/adding compatibility for the SCL.
I love underappreciated architectures--love MIPS/PowerPC!
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2022-08-09 10:02 AM
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Never heard of a Windows Mobile 5 device with a MIPS processor, C:Amie.
Oh shut-it you. It was 10:30 at night, what do you expect!
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torch Page Icon Posted 2022-08-27 6:32 PM
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Is there a list of maybe the top 20 most downloaded or viewed SCL programs ? I’d like to focus on testing those, and adding screenshots if needed.
Edit : off topic
I know GAPI doesn’t run on MIPS but can I run that CESD benchmark on my HPC2K MIPS to give DVD catalyst info for it if that’s useful?

Edited by torch 2022-08-27 6:34 PM
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It used to be, but not any more.

Top 50 by downloads (most to least)
Name Version
TCPMP 0.72 RC1
TCPMP 0.71
BetaPlayer 0.96 (Beta)
Windows Media Player 1.2
TCPMP 0.66
BetaPlayer 0.5
Adobe Acrobat Reader 2.0 for HPC2000 2.0
TCPMP 0.70
PowerToys 2.0
BetaPlayer 0.95 (Beta)
Terminal Server Client (Remote Desktop) 4.0
.net Compact Framework 1.0 SP3
Windows Media 9 Codec for TCPMP
Adobe Acrobat Reader 1.0 for HPC2000 1.0
Gigabar 1.59 1.59
Gigabar 1.58 1.58
Automap Streets 1997
Acrobat Reader 1.0 for SH4 1.0
Hum 1.62
Portrait 2.3
Money for Handheld PC 1.0
iMov Messenger Basic 2.03e
Terminal Server Client (Remote Desktop) update for HPC2000 4.0.0179
TascalSoft Regedit (TRE) 0.82 0.82
BOCHS 2.11
VNC Viewer 3.3.2
DeSappear 1.0
H-Bomb 1.3
Visual Basic CE Runtimes
PowerToys 3.0
Plus! Pack for Windows CE Handheld PC Pro Edition 3.0
BOCHS H/PC Tools 1.0
PoQuick Money Professional 3.0
Doom 0.92
PowerToys 1.0
Microsoft Money 2002 Sync Update 2002
Handheld PC Favourites 1.06
BOCHS 1.4.1
Mobile Internet Favourites Download 1.09
AvantGo for the Handheld PC 3.3.864
HPC Notepad 1.01
Microsoft Mobile Channel Viewer for Handheld PCs 1.0
TascalSoft Regedit (TRE) 0.70 0.70
RedGear 1.0.2
Microsoft Money 2004 Sync Update 2004
Microsoft Money 2006 Sync Update 2006
HPC Password 1.01
Executability Check 1.0
Arcade Park 4.0
HPCDialer 1.0


Top 50 by views (most to least)
Name Version
Doom 0.92
MyMobiler 1.25
PocketPuTTY 20070228
WR-Tools Resinfo 1.58.246
Plus! Pack for Windows CE Handheld PC Pro Edition 3.0
PocketNotepad 2.0
TascalSoft Regedit (TRE) 0.82 0.82
TCPMP 0.72 RC1
SoftMaker Office 2010
Nitrogen MP3 Player 1.0
BasiCE for Windows CE 1.1b
MobiPocket Reader 4.8
PowerToys 2.0
Windows CE Task Manager 1.0.0.3
H-Bomb 1.3
One Cat Doodler 3.0
ListPro 3.0
BananaPC 4.2
CoolCalc HPC 3
Pocket Quake 0.7
PocketDOS 1.08
Opera Mini 5
Total Commander 2.5
Warehouse Guy 1.0
XAudio SDK 3.XX
XT-CE 2.51
GPSSpeedo 1.0
Pocket DivX Player 0.8
CE Agenda 1.0.6.8
HPCSlay 2.0
Dockware 2.0
Pocket Hosts 1.5
Calc 98 5.3
BetaPlayer 0.5
UltraG 2.65
AlReader2 2.5
WinCE iSCSI Initiator 1.0
Hex Editor 1.5
HPC Notepad 1.01
GSFinder 1.04
Pocket Artist 3.3
bUseful Utilities Pack 2.0
Winamp 1.0
GnuboyCE 1.03
iTaskManager 1.17.798 1.17.798
iTask Manager 1.0
Resco Explorer 4.10
PalmPage
Adobe Acrobat Reader 2.0 for HPC2000 2.0
DeClock 1.25
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torch Page Icon Posted 2022-08-29 6:58 PM
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Thank you! I saved the list and started adding compatibility data + screenshots where I can. I can't guarantee I'll do all of them but I'll do my best!
Plus, it's fun discovering new programs I might like
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torch Page Icon Posted 2022-10-06 5:58 AM
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Does anyone happen to have any Japanese programs by developer CE Factory archived somewhere? They required PocketC runtime

I added all that Vector.co.jp (shoutout to stingraze for that site! I've been finding a bunch of software for the SCL from there) and Archive.org had, but we're missing:

SpeakEZ-R
V1.10

SpeakEZ
V1.10

SmallAss
V1.11

ML Getter-Robo
V0.03

BatchGoo!
V1.00
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torch Page Icon Posted 2022-10-21 7:33 AM
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dionysius - 2022-06-21 3:31 PM

There is a newer version of Tombo Notes than 1.13 which is on the SCL. It's available from the developers OSDN here:
https://osdn.net/projects/tombo/releases/18958
It's the file Tombo_1_17_ce_all_en.zip, and there's a sigmarion 3 release too called Tombo_1_17_sig3.zip
I've tested it on my Jornada 728.
Tombo is open source so it can be redistributed.

I also found an archive of tillanosoft's site with working downloadable links, at least Pocket Notepad is a newer version than the SCL:
https://web.archive.org/web/20070817220939/http://www.tillanosoft.co...
I've tested PocketNotepad 4.0.10 on the same device, haven't gone through anything else on the archive yet.
pnotepad doesn't appear to be open source but the copyright notice allows distribution.

Also on the page:
https://www.hpcfactor.com/scl/contribute.asp
in the first section "If they don't already exist and are acceptable under the rules, please let us know through this thread", not sure if 'this thread' is supposed to be hyperlinked to this thread but it doesn't appear for me.

Dionysius, I was able to locate a newer version of Tombo - 2.0 beta 4 ( final version released for Windows CE) and added to the SCL. I haven't tested it yet
https://www.hpcfactor.com/scl/1611/Tomohisa_Hirami/Tombo/version_2.0...
there was a typo in the URL it should be 2.0b4
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Great, I'll test it on my J728 along with the 78e285d version you mention in the comments and upload the results in the SCL.

Tombo has been my main note-taking app on my HPC, mostly due to the convenient file tree.
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torch Page Icon Posted 2023-03-06 3:28 PM
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dionysius - 2023-03-06 7:41 AM


Great, I'll test it on my J728 along with the 78e285d version you mention in the comments and upload the results in the SCL.

Tombo has been my main note-taking app on my HPC, mostly due to the convenient file tree.

I think I’ll have to recompile the 78e285d version because technically Tombo comes with additional dlls, so I’d recommend downloading beta 4 (including all of its dlls first) then copying the exe from 78e285d so it works correctly.
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torch - 2023-03-06 3:28 PM


dionysius - 2023-03-06 7:41 AM


Great, I'll test it on my J728 along with the 78e285d version you mention in the comments and upload the results in the SCL.

Tombo has been my main note-taking app on my HPC, mostly due to the convenient file tree.

I think I’ll have to recompile the 78e285d version because technically Tombo comes with additional dlls, so I’d recommend downloading beta 4 (including all of its dlls first) then copying the exe from 78e285d so it works correctly.


Will do, thanks for the tip.
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I think I’ll have to recompile the 78e285d version because technically Tombo comes with additional dlls, so I’d recommend downloading beta 4 (including all of its dlls first) then copying the exe from 78e285d so it works correctly.


Basic functions in both 2.0b4 and 78e285d work fine on my 728. I'll use 78e285d for a while and report if there's any longer term stability issues. The about page for it still shows 2.0b4 as the version.

The only noticeable differences so far to version 1.8 and earlier is the addition of the EOF markers as noted by ict in the comments for version 2.0b4. I couldn't find whether there is a setting to hide them.
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torch Page Icon Posted 2023-03-07 4:18 PM
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Thanks for the feedback. Should I just copy the .dlls from the beta 4 and repackage the 78e285d release that way?
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