J2ME plugin

Hi,

Recently I've been thinking of some bug fixing/adding new features to J2MESupport plugin. Just curious how many people do use it.
Responses highly appreciated!

Thanks!

Pavlin

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i used it for about 2 month
i hope you can update it
it is a wonderful plugin

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I just started using it, and it is very nice!

Regards Lars Krog-Jensen

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Hi Pavlin,

I really like your J2MESupport plugin I just need one thing really bad
before I can use it as my only J2ME tool:
wtk2.0 support !

/Lars

"Pavlin Zahariev" <pav.lin@centrum.cz> wrote in message
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Hi,

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Recently I've been thinking of some bug fixing/adding new features to

J2MESupport plugin. Just curious how many people do use it.

Responses highly appreciated

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Thanks!

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Pavlin

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Waw, first feature request, Thanks!

First come, first serve - I'll try to allocate time to do that within next week or so.

It would be nice if I'd get some bug reports too, instead of hunting for the beatles. Of course I'm aware of some of them, but I do believe, there are more and people who use the plugin, should experience them more often than I do.

Pavlin

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Hi Pavlin,

That would really be great if you could do that (soon). I would like to be
able to play around with MIDP 2.0 in the emulator through your great plugin.

When you release it post a note here, and I will help you test it and report
bugs/problems (if any present).

Best regards,
Lars


"Pavlin Zahariev" <pav.lin@centrum.cz> wrote in message
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Waw, first feature request, Thanks!

>

First come, first serve - I'll try to allocate time to do that within next

week or so.
>

It would be nice if I'd get some bug reports too, instead of hunting for

the beatles. Of course I'm aware of some of them, but I do believe, there
are more and people who use the plugin, should experience them more often
than I do.
>

Pavlin

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Hi,

I was wondering if the plugin supports 3:rd party librarys?
I tried to add kXML into a 'lib' directory. But then the build failed. I added the library to the build.xml so it would build, but when running the emulator these classes where not found.

This would be a nice enhancement to the plugin.

Regards
Lars Krog-Jensen

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You are right, it does not support 3rd party libs.
I use kXML sources myslef, but in case one doesn't have the sources of particular lib, then he/she must unpack the classes in tmpclasses folder. Also not optimal, because they will be deleted on 'clean' (or the target must be changed accordingly).

I agree this would be a nice one to have. I'll se how much time/work it is to do it.
Thanks for posting!

Pavlin

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Recently I've been thinking of some bug fixing/adding new features to

J2MESupport plugin. Just curious how many people do use it.

Responses highly appreciated!


An obfuscation task would be nice!

http://wireless.java.sun.com/midp/ttips/proguard/
http://wireless.java.sun.com/midp/questions/obfuscate/

Currently I see two obfuscators used by the j2me folks: RetroGuard and
ProGuard.
It looks like ProGuard is the one which should be used, isnt it?

Mario


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Mario, thanks for the tip!
It is number 2 on my list.

Pavlin

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