I continue to work on my Zaurus QPE packages. It is getting even more fun now that I am getting feedback and thousands of hits on my website.
My latest release is a giant (for the Zaurus) 17 meg cramfs filesystem which has everything developers need to compile with gcc & g++ on the Z, including all QT headers and such. With feedback from users, I've released an update and it seems to be serving people well.
This weekend, while debugging part of my macro enhancement package for embeddedkonsole, I made a new-to-me discovery. Readline is much more capable than I'd realized. In fact, with fifteen or so entries in an .inputrc file, I can have the majority of the functionality I was looking for with the macro package. It is still an interesting project from which I am learning quite a bit, but I'm going to install and test the inputrc method straightaway.