Programming on the iDevice

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  1. iPodhacker2G

    iPodhacker2G New Member

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    You know, the iPhone and iPod touch's ability to make and compile programs really goes mostly unnoticed. That is why I have made these 4 "Hello World" examples in Python, C, C++, and Obj-C that run right in terminal. Yes I know that hello world examples are terribly easy, but the purpose of this thread is to show that it can be done right on the iPhone or iPod touch.
    Download Link: http://www.sendspace.com/file/i0p8vs

    To install just unzip the file and run the dpkg command as follows
    dpkg -i Examples.deb
    examples are installed into var/Examples
  2. Jacob

    Jacob Well-Known Member

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    Not bad, I can't try it though, not 'till the 3G jailbreak comes out

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    But I hope it works good.
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    iPodhacker2G New Member

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    3g

    the 3g jailbreak has been out. Do you mean the 3.1 firmware?
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    Jacob Well-Known Member

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    The iPod Touch 3G jailbreak with 3.1.1 firmware.
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    iPodhacker2G New Member

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    cool

    Awesome, how's the 3g? Btw, you can still try out my files, they have source code. Just run them on your comp.
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    Jacob Well-Known Member

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    Actually it hasn't come yet. It is on it's way. And I didn't see any source code... Also all there is in that download is Examples.deb, which has the wrong extension to use on my Mac, unless with xCode...

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