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Can Delphi 5 or 6 be used to compile applications for Windows CE?
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I've read an article about this before... I havent got the address, but apparently it is not possible. Off memory one of the problems is the sheer size of a delphi executable but there are a number of problems with the architecture between delphi and CE and i dont think Borland intends to bridge the gap anytime soon.
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robert_marquardt earned 100 total points
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Simply no. Win CE normally does not use x86 CPUs. They use Dragonball etc. Delphi can only generate x86 code.

The only possible way would be to join the FreePascal guys (http://freepascal.org) and help them creating CE compatibility.
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did u find it? could u please tell me the sub link!?

best regards
hamed
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