[fpc-pascal] Re: Windows CE emulator and console

patrick feillant patrick at feillant.com
Sat May 26 12:50:25 CEST 2007

When you run your emulateur, you give the repertorie witch is shared between
lazarus (compile exe) and the emulator.
ex : "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Device Emulator\1.0\DeviceEmulator.exe"
pocketpc.nb0 /skin Pocket_PC.xml /memsize 128 /sharedfolder C:\LzProjet\man\

Here i lunch the emulator with
image Os Wince : pocketpc.nb0 (same directorie as exe of emulator)
Picture of the pocket Pc model : /skin pocket_pc.xml  (one in the emulator
size of Ram : /memsize 128 (for exemple 128 meg)
directorie share : /sharefolder C:\LzProjet\man\  ( my lazarus project is,
and for exemple with an test.exe

You compile under lazarus to have a test.exe

Under the emulator, you lunch "file explorator" (programs), and you go to
"Sd card", your Sd Card is the shared directorie.
You click on test.exe.

You had to stop the run each time before recompile, or the file will be
 busy (test.exe used by emulator). The (X) on the rigth of the windows don't
stop the run on pocket pc, you must stop the run by a button witch close the
main window. (or you stop the process under system / memory / stop process.

I also access to the web under the emulator, test that in a first time.
Patrick from France, excuse me for my english..

2007/5/26, Felipe Monteiro de Carvalho <felipemonteiro.carvalho at gmail.com>:
> On 5/25/07, patrick feillant <patrick at feillant.com> wrote:
> > I use  Microsoft Device emulator standalone, which emule pocket Pc , it
> is
> > very easy.
> How do you run your apps on the emulator?
> > But is not a new emulator ?
> Yes, it' s the same emulator as before, but what I ment is that they
> updated the operating system, and on the new one the consoles don' t
> work.
> --
> Felipe Monteiro de Carvalho
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