Top Gun ssh is now in version 1.3, and lives at a new home.
This is a port of SSLeay-0.8.1 to the Pilot. It consists of a number of crypto-related shared libraries, as well as a demo application. Source is included.
You can retrieve it from a non-US site, get only the shared libraries (no source), or just read the README.
pilot-template is a short perl script that will construct template files from which you can build your own Pilot applications. The files constructed are:
The files constructed are intended to be used with the gcc tools and the latest pilrc.
The only change from 1.3 to 1.31 is that version 1.31 has been explicitly placed under the GNU General Public License.
Download pilot-template 1.31, and a copy of the GNU General Public License.
NOTE: Top Gun Wingman is deprecated; the newest version is called ProxiWeb, and is available from ProxiNet.
Complete information on how to create and use GLib shared libraries on the Pilot is available from the GLib shared libraries page. GLib shared libraries are somewhat superior to the standard (``SysLib'') shared libraries. You can still read my old document which describes SysLib libraries.
This is a telnet application for the Palm Pilot Pro that uses the built-in TCP/IP stack. See the Top Gun Telnet page for more information. It is no longer supported, and does not work on PalmOS 3.x.
Top Gun Postman is a POP3/APOP3 and SMTP capable mail dispatcher that runs on the Palm Pilot Professional. Top Gun Postman enables you to send mail messages that you have composed offline, and retrieve mail messages that are waiting for you in your POP3/APOP3 accessible mail spool. Top Gun Postman is not a complete mail package - it relies on the built-in Mail program that is distributed with the Palm Pilot Pro for the composition and viewing of messages.
Version 1.2 beta is now available, with some new features that were widely requested. Read the documentation for details.
You can download Top Gun Postman, or read the documentation.
NOTE: Top Gun Postman is deprecated; the newest version is called ProxiMail, and is available from ProxiNet.
This is a small demo that shows how to switch the Pilot to greyscale mode and pan around a large image (drag your stylus on the image to see it work). Available with source or without. This is just a demo; there's no way right now to change the image (without recompiling).
Need a simple way to create pilot icons and bitmaps, or to view bitmap resources you found on the net? Here are ppmtoTbmp and Tbmptopnm, programs that convert between ppm and Pilot bitmap formats. You can now download version 1.1, which includes both ppmtoTbmp and Tbmptopnm. Note that you will need netpbm-1mar1994.p1.tar.gz in order to compile it.