None that I'm aware of. I don't think he even started it. I would still LOVE to have this available. Is there anything I can do to help get started?
Great idea if you can get it to pocketPCs!
Any progress since last post?
I dont know if this will work, but you can check it out..
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If you didn't know, Microsoft's Voice Command product includes the Windows CE version of the SAPI. You can also get it for free if you just build a platform that includes it with the Evaluation version of Platform Builder. For more information on the Windows CE SAPI APIs see the following on MSDN:
As far as I know, there is no version of Delphi for Windows CE. You will need to use Embedded Visual Basic/C++ or VB.net/C# to write Windows CE software that will target a device like the Pocket PC. I hope this helps a bit.
The closest thing to Delphi on Windows CE I have found is Borland's preview .NET CF Compiler. More information on setting that up can be found here: http://bdn.borland.com/article/0,1410,33066,00.html
there are a few other voice control programs for the pocket pc. The most rpevalant, though may not be the best as perthe maker is Microsoft's Voice COmmand 1.5, as you ahve stated. THen there's a few others who's names escape me, but are so much better iin terms of customization and functionality
This leads em to believe that hte PPC has SOMETHING BUILT IN becuase in the other software, you can rewrite commands and stuff. 0l33l, please check another post of mine...i need some help/code...
I've seen full blown Debian linux on an ipaq (my firends are fun).
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