Re: Which cab file, arm, armv4 or armv4i? - 12-12-2004 , 11:22 PM
Thanks for the info!
A little confused, though. The FAQ basically says for PPC2000 or PPC2002,
use the cab file with arm extension; for PPC2003 (or Windows Mobile 2003)
and Windows CE .NET use the cab file with armv4 extension. What if I
upgraded my PPC2002 to PPC2003? Should I change the cab file from arm to
armv4 even the CPU(XScale) is the same? In other words, is it based on CPU
type or OS version? My original understanding is it is based on CPU type and
it is OS independent! Am I wrong?
"Daniel Moth" <dmoth74 (AT) hotmail (DOT) com> wrote
Re: Which cab file, arm, armv4 or armv4i? - 12-12-2004 , 11:30 PM
It's dependent on what the CE image was built for. The same exact processor
could support ARM, ARMv4, ARMv4I or ARMv4T
Also XScale isn't a processor, it's an Intel technology that many processors
fall into. They all have an ARM core, the xXXX stuff is basically the
instruction set used, and ARM and ARMv4 are really the same.
"Robert" <rxl (AT) comcast (DOT) net> wrote
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