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I'm now a proud owner of a PalmPilot III, and very happy with it. But,
beeing a real hacker, i have to write some programs myself. My first
As a die-hard fan of FreeBSD, my
Pilot has to cooperate with it. And it does this very well.
- localsync (AppId: synC)
Palm3 only (Palm2 with IR, too)
If you've installed the 'Irenhanc' Serial-IR Stack, and use it regularely,
you know this problem. You've got to switch back every time you do a
HotSync. If you forget it, the pilot sits idly in your dockingstation, and
does nothing. But the end is near! Install 'localsync' and set the HotSync
Button via the preferences app to call localsync. From now on HotSync's
will always be done via the serial cable.
For syncing I use
PilotManager a really great
Perl/Tk program which uses a 'Conduit' concept to be easily extensible.
Currently I'm using the 'SyncAB' (Addressbook to plaintext file)
'SyncTime' (Sets the pilot-time) 'SyncMemo' (the memo's are put into one
file each) and 'Backup' (all changed files are stored) conduits.
My programs are written with either the pilot-gcc port or with Pila the
formidable Pilot assembler. I test them with xcopilot, for which I've
written a patch so it can disassemble code, and execute it in single-step
For german speaking people, there is a list of Aplications I like. You can
view it here.
Send comments, questions or flames to me. I'm
always happy to get mails.
Stefan `Sec` Zehl 24.May.1999, 27.Sep.1999