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Performance tools? [message #12608] Thu, 09 February 2006 07:00 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: askoliver.hotmail.com

This is a very good project for the J2ME development world. Thanks for your
contributions. By simply went through the project descriptions, I've not
found any plan on profiling/performance tools in it. Actually we've
prototyped a performance tool which extends the Eclipse TPTP to the embedded
platform including PocketPC and Nokia S80 Symbian OS. This tool are able to
collect the profiling data from the Java applications running on devices and
send it back to the TPTP client for analysis. So developers can clearly
understand computational performance and memory usage issues across a range
of mobile platforms. If you are interested, please drop me a line. Thanks.
Re: Performance tools? [message #12631 is a reply to message #12608] Sun, 12 February 2006 17:09 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: user.domain.invalid

Hi Oliver,

Yes, you are right that there is not so much currently written about
e.g. the profiling. Thus that has been in our internal planning.

The current MTJ requirements and architecture targets quite a lot to
create the basic foundation for an Eclipse IDE that supports Mobile
natures. Certainly the next releases will expand to many other areas.

In some extent the profiling also depends to the target environment
that can collect such data, and send that back to the IDE env.

Are you interested to participate to solve this in MTJ?

-Arto


Oliver kirjoitti:
> This is a very good project for the J2ME development world. Thanks for your
> contributions. By simply went through the project descriptions, I've not
> found any plan on profiling/performance tools in it. Actually we've
> prototyped a performance tool which extends the Eclipse TPTP to the embedded
> platform including PocketPC and Nokia S80 Symbian OS. This tool are able to
> collect the profiling data from the Java applications running on devices and
> send it back to the TPTP client for analysis. So developers can clearly
> understand computational performance and memory usage issues across a range
> of mobile platforms. If you are interested, please drop me a line. Thanks.
> ¨C
>
>
Re: Performance tools? [message #563773 is a reply to message #12608] Sun, 12 February 2006 17:09 Go to previous message
Arto Laurila is currently offline Arto LaurilaFriend
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Hi Oliver,

Yes, you are right that there is not so much currently written about
e.g. the profiling. Thus that has been in our internal planning.

The current MTJ requirements and architecture targets quite a lot to
create the basic foundation for an Eclipse IDE that supports Mobile
natures. Certainly the next releases will expand to many other areas.

In some extent the profiling also depends to the target environment
that can collect such data, and send that back to the IDE env.

Are you interested to participate to solve this in MTJ?

-Arto


Oliver kirjoitti:
> This is a very good project for the J2ME development world. Thanks for your
> contributions. By simply went through the project descriptions, I've not
> found any plan on profiling/performance tools in it. Actually we've
> prototyped a performance tool which extends the Eclipse TPTP to the embedded
> platform including PocketPC and Nokia S80 Symbian OS. This tool are able to
> collect the profiling data from the Java applications running on devices and
> send it back to the TPTP client for analysis. So developers can clearly
> understand computational performance and memory usage issues across a range
> of mobile platforms. If you are interested, please drop me a line. Thanks.
> ¨C
>
>
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