OS & programming resources

This page is little more than one place to put all the sites I've found that have information about the lower levels of the EPOC operating system, info about EPOC hardware and programming tools & references.

URL What's there?
http://www.starship.freeserve.co.uk/ C++ tools, OPX wrappers for C++ classes, ER5 webserver.
http://www.geocities.com/pliskens/ GCC compilers packaged to run on EPOC.
http://www.windhager.de/~mattes/epocemx/ The source for the packaged compiler above, plus other tools for building EPOC ER5 applications on Unix.
http://gnupoc.sourceforge.net/ EPOC ER5 SDK ported to Linux.
http://www.koeniglich.de/linuxsdk.html Another port of the EPOC SDK to Linux.
http://linux-7110.sourceforge.net/ Linux ported to EPOC hardware!
http://www.gumbley.demon.co.uk/ Matt Gumbley's veritable goldmine of low-level Psion programming info.
http://homepages.nildram.co.uk/~nicko/ Phil Spencer has a good page of info about the MBM graphic file format.
http://www.netwinder.org/~craign/netbook/ Craig Newell has some good low-level info about the bootstrap process and memory maps of the netBook.
http://www.submarine.nl/data/psion/JPE/index.html JPE - the Java IDE for ER5.
http://www.btinternet.com/~taxi_mania/main.html Info on accessing the serial ports (wired and IR) and how to build a digital I/O breakout box.
http://3lib.ukonline.co.uk/progindex.htm OPL programming tutorials and references.
http://www.gareth-and-jane-saunders.co.uk/ps_prog.htm Lots of OPL programming tips and references, plus help on using the EPOC and SIBO emulators.



Page last updated: October 31, 2002