|Re: Re: performance tools [message #12844]
||Fri, 24 February 2006 01:06
Originally posted by: askoliver.hotmail.com|
Of course, I'd like to participate in this project for solving the
performance/profiling tool part of DSDP. I'm a newbie to this project, so
it's unclear for me how I can contribute to this project.
Thanks & regards,
> 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?
> This is a very good project for the J2ME development world. Thanks for
> 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
> platform including PocketPC and Nokia S80 Symbian OS. This tool are able
> collect the profiling data from the Java applications running on devices
> send it back to the TPTP client for analysis. So developers can clearly
> understand computational performance and memory usage issues across a
> of mobile platforms. If you are interested, please drop me a line. Thanks.
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