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USB-TCP Bridge is a tool that "bridges" communications between a Palm handheld connected with a USB cradle and a TCP/IP socket.
USB-TCP Bridge is a tool that "bridges" communications between a Palm handheld connected with a USB cradle and a TCP/IP socket. It can be used, for example, with the GDB debugger (which normally connects to the Palm OS Emulator on TCP/IP port 2) to debug on a Palm handheld instead of debugging on the Palm OS emulator. It can also be used to connect the Unix-based pilot-link synchronization tools to a Palm handheld on Mac OS X.
The software can also be redistributed with predefined settings. As an example, "AvantGo USB Sync" is a repackaging of USB-TCP Bridge with built-in AvantGo synchronization for Mac OS X.
New UI with predefined selections in the pop-up menu, and a separate field for custom TCP port editing
The bridge now supports a 'Connection Type' selection which determines which USB pipes will be used for reading/writing
The bridge can now execute a unix command line upon connection.
Preferences are now remembered accross sessions
New forced settings mechanism for distributing a locked binary with presets (see documentation)
Quit the application when the window closes
French translation by Michel Poulain.
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