Date: Mon Jul 25 2005 - 12:44:21 PDT
Le 21 juil. 05, =E0 16:39, Victor Rehorst a =E9crit :
> Goodwin, Greg P. wrote:
>> Oh wow... this is interesting.
>> So on the simpliest level, could you open a connection with a=20=
>> program and send these commands to Newton?
> Actually, the answer is no.
> I'd highly *highly* recommened that if you are interested, to pick=20
> through the
> DCL source code, since this is the only other implementation of the=20
> protocol out there. Particularly, the "Desktop Connection
> Library/DCL/Link/Dock Commands" directory, as well as the TDCLLink=20
> class and
> the doConnect() function in particular, and trace back from there.
> Knowing French would be an asset, since there are no english comments=20=
> in the
I'm taking the discussion only now... I've implemented the docking=20
protocol in my program, IrDA package Installer. You can find a very=20
interesting thing in the doc 'Newton Format', a PDF that can be found=20
in the unna archive.
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