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Handspring today released preliminary software development tools to help developers optimize software for the Treo 600. Handspring also reaffirmed that expects to deliver Treo 600 this fall worldwide. The free software developer kit enables Palm OS developers to design both new and existing applications for Treo 600's unique feature set.
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Developer Tools

Quickster @ 7/22/2003 11:43:47 AM #
Not sure where Handspring is hiding the Treo 600 tools but they are not listed at the developer's site.

Maybe later, some time real soon now, tomorrow.

RE: Developer Tools
bcombee @ 7/22/2003 12:15:28 PM #
I just checked, and I was able to download the full set of Treo 600 tools, including headers, developer guide, and simulators fro their site. It does require registering with their developer program, but you get instant access after filling out their form.

Ben Combee, CodeWarrior for Palm OS technical lead
Programming help at
RE: Developer Tools
zampheer @ 7/22/2003 12:28:30 PM #
You need to log in as a Handspring registered developer at:

RE: Developer Tools
Quickster @ 7/22/2003 4:05:49 PM #
Thanks folks. Forgot the basics of doing the right thing at the right time.

I hope developers respond this time

The Ugly Truth @ 7/27/2003 6:17:55 PM #
At least we're just dealing with tweaking apps for the most part, so the Treo 600 shouldn't end up like it's PQA-impaired poor cousin Palm VII.

Having seen the Treo 600, I can vouch that it has the potential to be a huge success. Handspring really did a good job with it. In terms of PDA design, it ranks with the original Pilots and the V series in its overall execution. I just hope Sprint doesn't try to gouge everyone with its contracts.



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