Vade Mecum is a feature-packed Pocket PC-based viewer for Plucker (http://www.plkr.org) documents, supporting text selection, highlighting, annotations, and more.
A port of zlib 1.1.4 to the Palm OS as a SysLib. Facilitates decompression/compression of infozip and PK-ZIP 2.x (.zip) as well as gzip (.gz) compression formats on the Palm PDA.
The goal of this project is to develop the OS-independent, obtrusive, customizable, extensible, generic logging and tracing software mechanism.
The CoreLibrary is a multiplatform object library for C++ (Linux, Win32, MacOSX, PocketPC). It provides many of the common objects found in Java (Strings, Threads, Collections, etc.) and has the ability to send objects across the network like CORBA.
OpenChess is a Chess game, Opening Trainer and Chess data base for the PalmOS platform. It supports Palm devices with OS 3.0 and above and uses separate layouts for Grayscale, Color and HiRes (OS5 and Sony Clié OS4) devices.
Minibar is a bartending application designed for Palm handhelds and licensed under GPL. It can be useful for food recipes as well. Its database includes 594 mixed drinks. Features include filtering, import/export of recipes and a customizable database.
PMemo is a PalmOS based memo editor, that provides an easy way to organize memos, since memos are stored in folder and subfolder. Operation on memos are done using a nice toolbar.
A Palm OS based Depth of Field calculator for photographers.
SilkDimmer allows the stepless adjustment of the backlight of PalmOS 5 devices.
PPC 2003 Schoolmanager (zum Verwalten von Noten, Stundenplaenen, Klausuren etc...) (Endprodukt ist hauptsaechlich fuer IPAQ vorgesehen, wird aber spaeter noch fuer Windows und Linux portiert.)
Un-Lend is a small Palm OS program to keep track of stuff you lend to others.
CELIB is ANSI C/POSIX layer library for Windows CE devices developped by Rainer Keuchel. It allows to port existing software to run on handheld and pocket devices. This project is devoted to maintaining the library.
BioPro project has been moved to http://www.bioera.net/
Open source good quality and simple sound recording for PalmOS devices.
Stuff for PalmOS 5 PDAs. Capitalizer (GPL) for Graffiti 1 capitalizes divider crossing characters. PartialMySkinSource (BSDL) includes a bunch of code for DIA-area keyboards. NVBackup backs up NVFS Palms. All code can be used under GPL, some also BSD.
QuickType is a Palm extension to help improve text input on Palm OS devices.
This is a enhanced version of "The Palm Fuel Log" or "FuelLog" program for the palm. It records fuel purchases and computes statistics relating to fuel consumption for each vehicle. You can also set warning to appear after x km/miles on the odometer.
MAD is a high-quality fixed-point MPEG audio decoder with 24-bit output. The implementation is entirely new, based on the ISO/IEC standards, and performs especially well on systems without native floating-point support.
A collection of open tools for the Palm environment aimed at decoupling PDAs from desktops.
Engine computer system scanner for GM OBD-I style automotive computers. Initially to run on PalmOS and later on CE. Scan and tune your vehicle via a PDA.
dialDTMF is a library for dialing DTMF's (it is not a DTMF tone generator). An example usage of the library is included which is a Pocket Contact plugin to dial telephone numbers from a PDA running the Microsoft Pocket PC platform
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PlanMyDay is a planner for daily appointments and todos for PalmOS. Durations and a sort order can be assigned for checking if time is running away on todays appointmets.
Weasel Reader is a document reader for Palm OS. It is Free Software covered by the GPL. It uses a document format called zTXT which is smaller than the PalmDOC format, but also reads PalmDoc files.
A Palm application that parses Latin words and displays their syntax info... comes with a large dictionary. A great substitute for carrying a dictionary when reading your favorite Latin works. This is a port of the DOS version of Whitaker's Words.