chrislit at crosswire.org
Sat Nov 24 23:15:40 MST 2007
Porting basically depends on the ease of porting to a platform and the
interest in doing so. There's a port to PocketPC because it's a fairly
computer-like platform (quite Win32-like in fact), making porting fairly
easy. And there are a number of us who have PocketPCs, so there was
sufficient motivation to do the port.
There's actually no Palm port--largely because of the difficulty in
porting. It's also not worth it, when other solutions exist.
I don't know how easy it would be to port to Blackberry, but I would
guess there isn't anyone interested in doing the work.
Joshua Gould wrote:
> I just happened to think of something. We have a reader for most of
> the mobile platforms (Pocket PC, Palm, Etc,) But I've never seen a
> version of the reader for a black berry device. Is this just a
> platform that we've not looked at yet, or is there some type of
> constraint on writing a reader version for the blackberry? I'm just
> courious, as I now use one daily and would prefer to read the NET
> bible in a manner that lets me mark my spot, which seems to be
> difficult with most of the web based applications that are out there.
> I'll start off by saying that I know nothing about programming, but am
> willing to learn, and that I do have a black berry and would love to
> use it to study.
> In Him,
> Josh Gould
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