As I mentioned, none of the native API of PalmOS 5.x was ever documented. There was a small number of people who figured out some parts of it, but nobody really got it all, or even close to it. To start with, because large parts are not useful to an app developer, and thus attracted no interest. This is a problem, however, if one wants to make a new device. So I had to actually do a lot of reverse engineering for this project – a lot of boring reverse engineering of very boring APIs that I still had to implement. Oh, and I needed a kernel, and actual hardware to run on.
I’m in awe. This is nothing short of breathtaking.
TRULY Awesome! 🙂
This very impressive (and agonizing). My hat is off to the developer’s resourcefulness (and persistence).
I have a slightly off-topic question: Is anyone aware of a up-to-date M68K PalmOS emulator?
I see references to POSE and xcopilot, but the packages I can find don’t seem to work on 64-bit Linux (and I’m too lazy to try to build from source).