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Nsis Coding For Pocket PC

Is it Possible to write/compile programs in NSIS that run on a pocket pc (windows mobile 6).
If this is possible then what changes should we do to our regular code to make it pocket pc compatible.
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Nope this is impossible/would

Nope this is impossible/would be REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY hard. XD
Windows Mobile ≠ Windows. Also most if not all pocket pcs these days run on xscale/arm processors while Windows XP, 2000, etc run on x86 processors.

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Ok even it were be possible

Ok even it were be possible the launchers would be compatible but the base app still wouldn't be so there be no point either way

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i do not want to code

i do not want to code launchers for win32 apps just functions like killing a set of processes and restarting them would be quite usefull on the pocket pc.
Anyway thanks i found out a scripting language made specifically for pocket pc's using good old google.
if anybody wants to try it out its called "mortscript" and is available for PC's too.
http://www.sto-helit.de/index.php?module=page&entry=ms_overview&action=view

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Mortscript is teh shizz. You

Mortscript is teh shizz. You can basically do anything with it, and I'm pretty sure it works without app unlocking your phone.

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its not the processor it is

its not the processor it is the OS. Yes pocket PC's run windows but it is not the same as your laptop, desktop or server. It uses Windows CE and is usualy integrated. most pocket PC's i know of use .cab as a executable installer. .cab is not the same theng when you go to your desktop (usualy). sure you will find .cab files on a desktop particularity if you have .net installed but they wont run on your pocket PC. Sorry but i doubt nisis will ever make it to the PocketPC.

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