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LWUIT and .NET

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gt8887b
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I noticed a C++ port for LWUIT in the lwuit-incubator (https://svn.java.net/svn/lwuit-incubator~svn trunk/telmap ). Do you know of any attempts to implement LWUIT in .NET or port it to .NET? I like the power and simplicity of LWUIT and its layout managers. There are still quite a few Windows CE/Mobile 6.x systems that can use this functionality.

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vprise
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Nope. These devices can be reached with a J2ME port that exists to Windows Mobile of PhoneME.

There is some work from Telmap who ported the LWUIT Implementation to C# for Windows Phone 7 support, I am talking to them about releasing this into open source.

usama_ra
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Hi ,
I am trying to compile lwuit Implementation in C++ using Visual c++ but there are some missing header files for example "cmpl.h" , "TMArray.h" , "TMVector.h" "SmartPointer.h" .
I am trying to port the c++ to Mosync to be able to use it for Iphone and Windows Phone 7

any help or guide on how to find missing file is appreciated

longj2me
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Hi vprise, I have a question for you that until when the version LWUIT can run on iphone platform. And until when "https://svn.java.net/svn/lwuit-incubator~svn/trunk/telmap" will be supported iphone,QNX (backberry),QT(Nokia)

gt8887b
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You may want to check out CodenameOne (http://www.codenameone.com/). It is working on iOS using custom JVM.