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Borland C# Builder Personal + PocketPC 2003 Applications

Posted on 2003-11-23
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Hi,
Is it possible to develop PocketPC 2003 Applications using C# BUilder Personal Edition. The SDK on the microsoft website says it needs Visual Studio 2003 because there are emulators there. If so, is there aany way to create a PocketPC application with C# Builder personal?

Thanks,

Eddmun
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way to go with the responses...
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BorlandMan earned 200 total points
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Hi,
sorry you didn't get a response sooner, I know how that feels.

First the Personal Edition does'nt support pocketpc.
Secondly I don't think C#Builder supports any .net compact framework stuff yet.

hope that helps,
J
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thankyou very much BorlandMan. your response is appreciated.
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by:BorlandMan
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your welcome - but let me clarify. the IDE doesn't support it - yet.
probably early 2004, but you can still develop from the command line .net compact i believe, because the compiler Borland is using is Microsoft's.

hope that helps.

sincerely,
J
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