Thursday, July 05, 2012
This is the Fifty Eight Thousand Thirty Eighth view since
Welcome to the OnHiatus Software Project!
The Project was started whith some programs I wrote while traveling in Africa. Later additions include applications written in Asia and Australasia. It's all written for the Windows CE platform and it's all free. Enjoy!
Important Note: None of these applications are currently supported - I do not even have access to a CE or Windows Mobile device!
Pike is a powerful full featured editor for icons and small bitmaps. Includes
all the standard drawing tools, separate editing of the bitmaps and transparency
masks, and multiple file loading.
Launch Pad generates native launchers. Launchers let you give anything on
your Windows CE device a custom icon. Besides complete icons support launchers
also provide full task bar launching functionality and configurable parameter
For an example of what can be done with Launchers see the latest release of Pike - it uses a launcher to get it's custom icon and manage command line input.
A Character Tool - A charmap like tool for accessing
extended characters for use in documents, coding, and html pages. Provides
access to the character, their ASCII codes (decimal and hex), and the html
HiP Keys is a utility to edit and create keyboard shortcuts. For example using
HiP you could set the Windows Logo Key + the "W" key to launch Pocket
Word. Similarly <WIN>+<X> could launch Excel.
HiP also supports
the editing of the hardware hotkeys on the HP660LX, HP630LX, and HP Jornada
720 (above the keyboard and to the right of the screen).
Rover is an editor and browser for code written in C and C-like languages (i.e.
Pocket C). It allows you to edit across multiple files, tracks objects
(functions / global variables / macros / resources / etc.) their names and
locations, and let you jump in and out of each's code. It also does auto indent,
and can even match parenthasis!
hi·a·tus \hi-'â-tes\ n
[L. fr. hiare to yawn] 1 : a lapse in
continuity : GAP