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GAPI for the HP Jornada 710/820 1.0.1

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GAPI for the Jornada 710/820
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Description

Just place this gx.dll in \Windows on your Jornada 710/8f:\20. Anything compiled to run with GAPI on the HPC, ie PocketScumm should run.

To compile programs for the Jornada 710/820, just use the gx.h and gx.lib from the ARM directory in http://www.microsoft.com/pocketpc/downloads/gapi12.zip.

This is a very minimalistic version at the moment, and there are bugs when the mouse cursor appears/disappears. Full GAPI Input (ie Key Up/Down) is currently unsupported.

If you try and run this version on other Windows CE machines, errors will probably occur.

The standard GAPI keys are 'Z', 'X' and 'C'. Start is 'ENTER'.

In order to compile, make sure you have a copy of 'gx.h' in \Windows CE Tools\wce211\MS HPC Pro\include or one of the other include directories, and that you select H/PC Pro 2.11 as your active Platform.

Thanks go to: Dominik Behr <dominikbehr@yahoo.com> for providing the GAPI_E10x source code @ http://www.dominikbehr.com/lose.html

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DLLStub

   
License Open Source
The program is open source, free and the source code is available on-line.
   
Website http://files.futaris.org/jornada820/
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Released 29 September 2003
Language Support English
Popularity 2098
Total Downloads  4
   
Submitted By torch
Submitted On 13 September 2023

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