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Ok, actually it’s only for HPCs running WinCE 2.11 and using the StrongArm processors, for now that is…. and being that this is my first attempt at any kind of WinCE program other than a “hello world” program you might not want to expect too much… it can’t use playlists yet or load multiple songs at once but at least it works and it shows the time elapsed for the song being played along with the location\name of the file you are playing right now. It uses the fmodce library instead of the stripped down version so it can play pretty much anything that you can normally play in the fmod player for the desktop, just not a pretty yet…. I couldn’t get the fmodcesample that came with the 3.63 code to work on the HP Jornada 820 I used to test it on until I changed the path for the starting location for the open window… once I did that I just ported it over to a nicer interface than a flat white screen…

If anyone wants to try it and tell me how it works on your devices I can start compiling it for other cpus and also for CE 3.0.

Here’s the link… http://www.usao.edu/~studeesde/OmegaMod0.5.zip

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any ideas on how to go about adding playlist support would be appreciated see as to how I have no idea as to how WinCE 2.11 does the file input in the Embedded Visual C++ 3…. I can do it for a normal Windows program but I haven’t found the commands for WinCE yet…. and is a lot different from just finding the file and loading the files name and location into the program…

Other than that I would just like to here what you all think of it so far, if you don’t mind that is.

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Ok, did a small update and added a few different exe files and their required dll files for some of the other Windows CE 2.11 devices out there, Handheld PC versions of course, and also added Windows CE 3 versions of Handheld PCs using Arm, MIPS, and SH3 processors. I also had to change the compression that I used for this one isn’t since the file would have been over 1.7 megs in a zip file. It’s now in 7-Zip compressed format or .7z for short. To open it you will have to download 7-zip from the link below. Make sure you get version 3.08.04 beta or newer to open the file. Btw, all the files compressed to 7z format (aka 7-zip) ended up being only 642 KB… tell me that’s not compression… and it even beat out WinRAR, or at least the version I have of WinRAR, by over 100 KB…

Get Omega Mod 0.5b here: http://www.usao.edu/~studeesde/OmegaMod0.5b.7z

And get 7-Zip here: http://www.7-zip.org

Btw, I can’t test any of the new exe files other than the WinCE 2.11 Arm version since I only have a device based on that… if you find that any of them do not work please let me know so I can fix it…

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