|Re: Is this Newsgroup dead? [message #628746 is a reply to message #581398]
||Thu, 23 September 2010 17:50
Originally posted by: news.s237965939.online.de|
Am 19.09.2010 15:54, schrieb Martin Krischik:
> Am 20.08.2010, 00:11 Uhr, schrieb Hans-J. Ude <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> Where have all the people gone, isn't anybody writing J2M programs
> Maybe they don't use Eclipse any more since Sun (now Oracle) released a
> NetBeans based “one download does it all” solution for JaveME 3.0.
Me too. A certain bug in the Eclipse J2ME plugin cost me weeks of
reseach. I used CLDC stuff from 1.1 without knowing in a 1.0 build.
Eclipse compiled that without complains but the program didn't run on
the real device. NetBeans found that straight away - problem solved. Is
there a related newsgroup/server? The sun shines bright, no eclipse ;)
|Re: Is this Newsgroup dead? [message #629200 is a reply to message #628746]
||Mon, 27 September 2010 09:28
| Gorkem Ercan
Registered: July 2009
Your problem is probably related to Oracle WTK 3.0. WTK 3.0 reports the classpath expecting the IDE to filter it on a certain way. Since we lack the close collaboration that Oracle's NetBeans team has with the Oracle's WTK team, that became an issue on MTJ. At the moment the contributors to the MTJ project do not have priority on fixing WTK issues. If it is your priority MTJ is a truly open source project and you can help us fix it. Here is a link to the contributor getting started http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/mtj/contributing.php
And for the original question, MTJ newsgroup is typically a low traffic newsgroup where mostly issues related to MTJ tools are discussed. So the traffic level on this newsgroup is not an indication of JavaME development. You can use some site like Forum Nokia discussion boards http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/forum/ for JavaME related discussions.
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