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I couldn't get it to build unless I commented out some code in timer.c. I'm wondering if its still maintained.
(02-25-2017 07:23 PM)EugeneNine Wrote: [ -> ]https://sourceforge.net/projects/x48/files/

I couldn't get it to build unless I commented out some code in timer.c. I'm wondering if its still maintained.

Can you post the errors and lines of code producing said errors?
(02-25-2017 07:23 PM)EugeneNine Wrote: [ -> ]https://sourceforge.net/projects/x48/files/

I couldn't get it to build unless I commented out some code in timer.c. I'm wondering if its still maintained.

Not for a while. I have various patches here including Makefile, timer.c, action.c:

http://sense.net/zc/x48/

[Image: x48.png]

Just tested the binary I built for OS/X XQuartz from 2009, still runs.
(02-25-2017 07:23 PM)EugeneNine Wrote: [ -> ]https://sourceforge.net/projects/x48/files/

I couldn't get it to build unless I commented out some code in timer.c. I'm wondering if its still maintained.

Try this source:

https://sourceforge.net/projects/x48.berlios/files/

Looks a newer than the other link you posted.
I ended up finding a simple fix for the .4 version, they left out an include for time.h, but when ahead and updated to the .6.

Even though the rom is in the museum downloads I dumped mine just to see it work.
Anyone interested, to compile on a Raspberry Pi I had to apply this patch

https://github.com/vocho/qnxpkgsrcmirror..._emulate.c
Droid48, an HP 48GX emulator for Android, was developed off of x48. The author of Droid48 might also be able to give some advice.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/detai...org.ab.x48
I was posting in case anyone else wanted to, that patch got it working on the Pi.

I use droid 48 in 48sx mode on my phone and tablet.
This is what I was messing with, the HPi 48.

Yes I could have taken a screen shot but I think taking an actual picture illustrated it better as you an see the whole thing. Its the RPi foundation 7" display.
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