"This article is Part 5 of the LinuxDevices.com series that
explores the history, status, alternative architectures, and future
developments of Linux on PDAs and handheld devices. In this
installment, Jerry Epplin reviews the architecture, environment,
and programming techniques used to develop applications with the
Transvirtual Technologies PocketLinux PDA framework."
"Like the other distributions, PocketLinux for the iPAQ uses the
handhelds.org kernel and builds a GUI platform on top of it. But
PocketLinux, provided by Transvirtual Technologies, is in a sense
more ambitious than the others, in that it is targeted toward
development by both programmers and non-programmers . . ." Complete
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