If you have any interest in using or consuming MTJ, take some time to stop by these presentations. There is a new extension point that can be used by content developers to provider libraries that can be packed with the MIDlet suite Import Symbol Set definitions: Please update your bookmarks accordingly. There are many more support options now available and users should find a much smoother environment.
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Mobile Tools for Java Release 0.
The project will be scheduling a call in early January to talk about MTJ 1. My emulator installation is broken. Before digging too far into the MTJ code, I decided to see that the emulator was actually working correctly.
If you need any proof of the commitment from members of the MTJ development eckipse, take a look at the developers mailing list request to begin work on the first service release beyond MTJ 1.
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His webinar will cover some of the new features of MTJ since the project was restarted based on the last release of the EclipseME project. Below is a list of the main new features that are available in the new release: The final Galileo release is scheduled to be available on June 24th, but the versions available right now are pretty close to what you can expect at that time. Thanks to the help from Motorola and the other members of the Eclipse Mobile Tools for Java project, the EclipseME code has grown and matured far beyond what I could have done in my own free time.
Craig Setera individual Inlogic Software ltd Motorola Nokia Sybase Thanks for the hard work of everyone that contributed to this release. I changed into the WTK emulator directory and attempted to run the emulator directly.
Besides creating symbols and symbols set, MTJ users are now able to import predefined symbol sets based on Antenna format Content assist on the JAD Editor In this release, besides the valuable community contributions during conference calls, email discussions and bug reports, there were code contributions from the following companies: If you have any interest in using or consuming MTJ, take some time to stop by these presentations.
At that point, I needed to import my devices into the workspace and pointed to my Sun 2.
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Please update your bookmarks accordingly. For more information and to register, see the Eclipse Live announcement. You can access the release from:.
This is the culmination of the work I started in on the EclipseME project. The differences between this first MTJ version and the last EclipseME release make it a very worthwhile upgrade to your development environment. Given that I had fixed a similar problem prior to the MTJ 0.
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You can access the release from: With any luck I will have some extra time to talk to those that may be interested in more details of MTJ. When I started that little hobby project, I would not have dreamed that it jzva have more thandownloads from Sourceforge or become the base of the official Eclipse Mobile Tools for Java project. In an effort to catch up, I downloaded the latest code to my Ubuntu box and started up a runtime workbench. I want to thank all of the users of EclipseME over the years for their continued support and urge you to make the jump to MTJ if you have not already.
EclipseME does the "grunt work" of connecting Wireless Toolkits to the Eclipse development environment, allowing you to focus on developing fot application, rather than worrying about the special needs of J2ME development.
There are many more support options now available and users should find a much smoother environment.
There is a tooks extension point that can be used by content developers to provider libraries that can be packed with the MIDlet suite Import Symbol Set definitions: I especially want to thank Christian Kurzke and Motorola for allowing me to participate in these talks.
I have managed to get behind on the state of the Eclipse Mobile Tools for Java code. All users are urged to transition to this new project and all elipse requests should be routed to the MTJ project directly. To my surprise, it failed to be recognized.