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Eclipse 3.2 / Nokia Carbide.j v1.5 [message #19423] Sat, 26 May 2007 15:16 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: ericaramsey1.gmail.com

Hello,

I am currently running Eclipse 3.1 with Nokia Carbide.j v1.5. However, I am
told that it will not work with Eclipse 3.2 is this true? Will mtj support
Carbide.j v1.5?

thanks!
Re: Eclipse 3.2 / Nokia Carbide.j v1.5 [message #19560 is a reply to message #19423] Thu, 12 July 2007 02:12 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: gohel.babbage.csee.usf.eduXXX

Erica wrote:
> I am currently running Eclipse 3.1 with Nokia Carbide.j v1.5.
> However, I am told that it will not work with Eclipse 3.2 is this
> true? Will mtj support Carbide.j v1.5?

Erica,

About two months ago I tried various mobile SDKs with Eclipse 3.2 and I
found that a couple of them did not work very well with Eclipse 3.2.
Nokia officially supports only v3.1. Many users on their forum have
also been asking for 3.2 support, but now that we have 3.3, I'm not sure
which Eclipse IDE the next version of Carbide will support.

Which reminds me...I should check their site for news on Carbide!

--
Himanshu
Re: Eclipse 3.2 / Nokia Carbide.j v1.5 [message #566453 is a reply to message #19423] Thu, 12 July 2007 02:12 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: gohel.babbage.csee.usf.eduXXX

Erica wrote:
> I am currently running Eclipse 3.1 with Nokia Carbide.j v1.5.
> However, I am told that it will not work with Eclipse 3.2 is this
> true? Will mtj support Carbide.j v1.5?

Erica,

About two months ago I tried various mobile SDKs with Eclipse 3.2 and I
found that a couple of them did not work very well with Eclipse 3.2.
Nokia officially supports only v3.1. Many users on their forum have
also been asking for 3.2 support, but now that we have 3.3, I'm not sure
which Eclipse IDE the next version of Carbide will support.

Which reminds me...I should check their site for news on Carbide!

--
Himanshu
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