UNZIP (ARM native
utility to decompress the other zipped downloads).
mkcramfs (to make compressed
file systems -- if you need instructions, see the relevent
part of the ZGCC Rel. 2.02
installation document above).
RCS (5.7) Revision
Control System, a system for keeping track of your document
and program code changes safely (docs). (Needs Diff utilities
below.) Newer programs for this purpose (CVS, Subversion) are
Diff utilities (2.8.4)
Diff finds differences between files (docs).
|Forth Systems -- I have all of
these, so ask if you need them
Burke's pForth NOT AVAILABLE
YET -- but the 1.9 and 2.1 versions from the pForth
site will compile with ZGCC
GNU gForth NOT AVAILABLE YET -- I am
having trouble with v6 but v5 is a very powerful system.
Jack Woehr's FIJI --
Forthish Java Interpreter JAR file -- unzip to see
everything; I hacked it a little for Jeode. Run it with
evm -cp /mnt/cf/fiji/fiji1.2.jar
com.SoftWoehr.FIJI.FIJI or something like. Read the
docs (both docs and source are included in the jar file and
may be simply unzipped) and may the Forth be with you. This
is the way to learn Java via interpretive Forth.
ThisForth NOT AVAILABLE
YET -- the standard distribution will compile if you
fix a small old-C glitch which I will post someday.
Using Java on Pocket PC 2002.
(Not for the Zaurus, but of interest to those who may want to
use IBM's Websphere and J9 JVM on the Zaurus, as well as
those interested in the Microsoft driven PDAs.)