Ooops, me too. I meant finally an open
source *scripting* language. If you look at the number
of GCC+Palm programmers who cross compile versus the
number of people who know how to write simple things
in Python, there's a big difference in numbers.
In fact, I've been coordinating ECE classes at UCI
doing development for the Palm for a long time now.
Chuck Murcko wrote:
> I've been building Palm apps with gcc on Linux for awhile now.
> and the SDK is a free download from Palm, works like Apple Developer Connection (requires registration, but no NDAs unless you want the family jewels).
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