-PiLoT- · Mar 10, 2010 at 02:10 pm

A Useful Way To Build CABS With Linux

User dj13241 has posted a guide on how to build cab files with Linux. This is a very useful tool for those of you who prefer to use open source operating systems, but are forced to use windows to make applications for their phone.

Originally posted by dj13241

I have a Linux server running at my home that I use mostly for file storage among other things (like an Asterisk PBX).  I keep ALL of my code on my server so that I can get to it from anywhere.  That being said, I use MinGW32CE (part of the CeGCC Cross Compiler) to compile my native apps.  So since I can build my apps on my Linux server, I wanted to figure out how to build the CAB installer on the server … And here it is..

More information can be found in the original thread.


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