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|2007-08-04||Guikachu 1.5.11 contains numerous bugfixes and improvements suggested by Michał Lisowski. If no new issues arise, this is now REALLY to become the beta for 2.0. Promise. Honestly.|
|2006-10-07||Guikachu 1.5.10 is released today, with a Windows installer as well. Unless some important issue is found with this release, this is to become 2.0 in a couple of weeks.|
|2006-05-13||Guikachu 1.5.9 fixes all known Windows portability bugs. Please test it. A binary installer for Windows is in the short-term plans.|
|2005-11-25||Guikachu running on Windows! After making the GNOME-VFS and the GConf dependancy optional, I used MinGW to compile Guikachu for Windows. The process is not yet cleaned up, some Makefile-tweaking is required, but my plan is to make 1.5.8 compile out-of-the-box on Windows. Then hopefully we can provide a binary installation package for 2.0.|
See a Guided Tour of Guikachu
This tour hilights the features of Guikachu by taking you through the steps of creating your first PalmOS application, from the first time you start Guikachu, to the point when your program can go live on an emulator, or a real Palm device.
Note that this list is always based on the latest development release.
- GNOME-based user interface
- XML file format for interoperability and extensibility
- Exporting and importing to/from PilRC .rcp files
- Standalone converter program to generate RCP files from e.g. Makefiles
- Supported resources:
- String list
- Special Blob resource, for storing arbitary RCP fragments
- Per-application resources (e.g. vendor ID)
- WYSIWYG form editor, with native font rendering and cut & paste
The 1.4 series contains the stable releases, and 1.5 is development series where new features are added, but the documentation and translations may be out of sync and bugs may appear.
- Guikachu 1.5.11 (release notes) (Windows installer)
- Guikachu 1.4.2 (release notes)
- Older releases, binary packages and software requirements
You can also get Guikachu from the GNOME SVN server. Just use the following command line: