[jp] ePocrates and Linux, JPilot, SyncMal
ralvy at warpmail.net
Fri Sep 19 00:13:59 EDT 2003
So, Jason, does this mean I can somehow use MALSync to update my
ePocrates on my PDA?:
A quick google provided the answer in 30 seconds:
"Originally developed by AvantGo (http://www.avantgo.com), Mobile
Application Link has been released into the public domain as
source. As a testimony to the power of open source code, the
programmers at ePocrates customized the original MAL program to
enable ePocrates Rx to update its files while maintaining custom
options such as user-specified drug categories. This
has no effect on other programs which may use the MAL interface,
including AvantGo itself."
On Thu, 18 Sep 2003 09:12:31 -0400, "Jason Day"
<jasonday at worldnet.att.net> said:
> On Wed, Sep 17, 2003 at 06:34:57PM -0700, Ralph Alvy wrote:
> > Is there anyway I can update my handheld version of ePocrates while running
> > Linux? Does SyncMal or MalSync allow for this? It's one of the only reasons I
> > boot Windows lately.
> I've never heard of ePocrates before, and their web site is not very
> informative. Does the handheld software sync with a MAL server the way
> AvantGo does? The web site only mentions syncing with the desktop
> software, but doesn't say anything about how the information is updated.
> Jason Day jasonday at
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