My favorite file manager is Total Commander. It is a PDA version of Norton Commander which has high integrity with the text editor. For me, it is more powerful than a standard file manager. Editing the sources is as much easiest as you developing over the computer. Just select the file you want to edit & press the Notepad likes icon at the bottom of the display.
Now, you are working on the editor. Imagine that you have working on a notepad. So, there will be no code completion or something to automatically fix the source. All is depend on your self. Just make a save, undo, trial & error with the browser.
Press the “plus” icon, continued to Tools menu & select the Options sub menu. On a PIE tab options, make a selection to Enable Script and show Script errors on drop down combo box. Press OK to confirm the changes.
The setting changes on the Options will require a restart of PIEPlus. So, close & reload the script from the file manager once after changing it. After enabling it, every script contain errors will show you the messages. This feature may helps you to tracking where is the line position containing the error syntax.
Perhaps, you will consider to carrying the manual book of the script (CHM or PDF e-book format) & let it copied to memory card. The PDF format needs Pocket PC version of Adobe Acrobat, while the CHM file needs a Pocket PC based CHM reader (eg: CHM eBook Reader ~ CEBR). I recommend you to install these applications before having mobile coding. Let this article would help you anyway.
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