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README

Uni Sorter
==============================================================================

** Introduction
This PalmOS applications demonstrates and visualizes
some of the standard sorting algorithms used today.

To get more information please read the file help_main.txt in this directory.
It is also available by tapping on the help button (the one with the ? in the
upper right corner).

This software is licensed under the GNU General Public License Version 2.
Read the file LICENSE for more details.

** Installation
Please read the file INSTALL if you just want to install Uni Sorter on your
PalmOS handheld device.


** Compilation
If you want to compile UniSorter you have to get a few things in place first.
Those are:
- Linux (it may work on other OS but it has only been tested on Linux)
- PalmOS SDK 4 plus Updates (http://www.palmos.com/dev/tools/sdk40.html)
- PilRC (http://www.ardiri.com/index.php?redir=palm&cat=pilrc)
- PRC Tools (http://prc-tools.sourceforge.net/)
  (This also contains the needed cross compilers, I have compiled on
  i386 hardware)
- Optional (but strongly recommended to not blast your Palm to Nirvana):
  POSE (http://sourceforge.net/projects/pose)

There is a Makefile that you should edit to fit your needs.
If everything is in place give it a try and type "make" in the source
directory. If that results in a new UniSorter.prc file then you are done
and can start hacking the code. Happy Hacking.



Tim Niemueller <tim@niemueller.de>
Aachen, August 1st 2002



$Id: README,v 1.1 2003/02/10 23:15:15 tim Exp $