Squeak on an iPAQ

Dwight Hughes dwighth at ipa.net
Thu Sep 21 15:54:03 UTC 2000

I assume he means the iPAQ H3650 -
http://www6.compaq.com/products/handhelds/pocketpc/H3650.html - which is
a handheld with a 206MHz StrongARM CPU and a color screen - it comes
with Windows PocketPC (a version of CE). BTW, I think the Compaq Aero
1550 has its PocketPC OS in a removeable rom - if the H3650 does too,
well, that could be quite interesting.

-- Dwight

JArchibald at aol.com wrote:
> => 9/21/00 11:11:30 AM EDT, Mike_Shields at gscmobilesolutions.com =>
> << I just recently bought an iPAQ, and I would kill to be able to run squeak
> (or any smalltalk) on it. I'm a smalltalk developer, and it looks like it
> wouldn't be too hard to port squeak to the iPAQ. Thoughts? >>
> The iPAQ is a Windows machine, is it not? (Latest versions I've seen for sale
> have Win'2000 installed.) Unless you're loading some other operating system
> on it, simply downloading the appropriate version of Squeak from archive,
> unpacking it, and starting it is all you need to do. Archive is at
> ftp://st.cs.uiuc.edu/pub/Smalltalk/Squeak/
> Or am I missing something here?
> You can also download non-commercial version of VisualWorks 5i (which is a
> complete version of VW, with all the extras, manuals, etc) and run it too.
> Most of the other Smalltalks have free or trial versions also which run under
> Windows operating systems.
> Cheers,
> Jerry.
> ____________________________
> Jerry L. Archibald
> systemObjectivesIncorporated
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