SodaCoder wrote: ↑
Thu Feb 20, 2020 11:03 am
Before you say "No, you can't do it", you can.
Windows CE is arm (The same as the pi) and it is ancient enough to be emulated.
I have my ISO, that i got from Microsoft, i just need to emulate it.
If you know how to get it working, please reply.
Thanks in advance!
Can we get something straight here? You do not actually want to emulate Windows CE. What you want to do is run an actual copy of Windows CE that you have. Ergo what you actually want is a an emulation of the device that your Windows CE ran on. Am I right? It helps to get the question right in the first place.
As you might guess emulating the machine that your CE ran on is not a trivial task.
I'm not sure what you are claiming by "you can". Clearly you cannot. I cannot. Nobody I know can. I presume google does not find anyone who has done it (Have you looked?)
In theory you are right, it can be done. After all MS provided such an emulation: https://www.drdobbs.com/windows/the-win ... /184410881
Perhaps they still do somewhere. Of course that requires a Windows machine to run it on.
If nobody has done such an emulator as a Linux friendly open source project already it's would likely be a huge task and ultimately a waste of time.
Memory in C++ is a leaky abstraction .