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Phoneme Advanced MR2 build instructions for MIDP on CDC

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Anonymous

Hi Hinkmond,

After one more putback today to get a few missing files
into the midp trunk, you can use the following
command to build MIDP for CDC from the current
Phoneme Advanced MR2 components.

http://wiki.java.net/bin/view/Mobileandembedded/PhoneMEAdvancedBuildInst...

TOP_DIR=`pwd`

cd cdc/build/linux-x86-generic

make \
JDK_HOME=/usr/java/j2sdk1.4.2_13 \
CVM_MTASK=true \
CVM_USE_NATIVE_TOOLS=true \
CVM_INCLUDE_MIDP=true \
MIDP_DIR=$TOP_DIR/midp/trunk \
PCSL_DIR=$TOP_DIR/pcsl/trunk \
CVM_INCLUDE_JUMP=true \
JUMP_DIR=$TOP_DIR/jump/trunk \
QT_TARGET_DIR=/opt/Qtopia \
QTEMBEDDED=true \
QTOPIA=false \
$@

Gary Adams

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jonek
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Is MIDP also available for CDC in MR1?

Gary

The code is just being developed. There was prototype code
in the works during MR1 deployment, but it was just a
work in progress. What is your specific goal, maybe there is
a workaround to back porting some of the MR2 components to
a MR1 baseline?

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Johannes Eickhold

On Tue, 2007-01-09 at 15:56 -0500, Gary wrote:
> phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> > Is MIDP also available for CDC in MR1?
> > [Message sent by forum member 'jonek' (jonek)]
>
> The code is just being developed. There was prototype code
> in the works during MR1 deployment, but it was just a
> work in progress. What is your specific goal, maybe there is
> a workaround to back porting some of the MR2 components to
> a MR1 baseline?

Hi Gary,

I was asking because I want to use the "Java APIs for Bluetooth" JSR 82
with CDC. They seem to depend on MIDP from what I read so far. Is that
correct? Target platform is the Nokia 770 wich runs Linux and has
support for bluetooth via BlueZ and its libs. Is there a JSR 82
implementation available for that target platform?

Greets Jonek.

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Gary Adams

Greetings,

There are plans for JSR82 in the phoneme advanced
platform, but we're not quite to the point of
building with the full set of MSA JSROPS, just yet.

Most of the newer JSRs include descriptions of
what is required on a CDC and a CLDC platform.
The only MIDP requirement is usually what Permissions
to use when the JSR is deployed on top of MIDP
or what Push connections are supported.

Do you intend to use JSR82 with Xlets or main
applications on the CDC platform?

JSR82 to BlueZ library is a slam dunk as far as
porting is concerned.

Johannes Eickhold wrote:
> On Tue, 2007-01-09 at 15:56 -0500, Gary wrote:
>> phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
>>> Is MIDP also available for CDC in MR1?
>>> [Message sent by forum member 'jonek' (jonek)]
>> The code is just being developed. There was prototype code
>> in the works during MR1 deployment, but it was just a
>> work in progress. What is your specific goal, maybe there is
>> a workaround to back porting some of the MR2 components to
>> a MR1 baseline?
>
> Hi Gary,
>
> I was asking because I want to use the "Java APIs for Bluetooth" JSR 82
> with CDC. They seem to depend on MIDP from what I read so far. Is that
> correct? Target platform is the Nokia 770 wich runs Linux and has
> support for bluetooth via BlueZ and its libs. Is there a JSR 82
> implementation available for that target platform?
>
> Greets Jonek.
>
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Hinkmond Wong

Thanks Gary!

I added your instructions to the TWiki site:

http://wiki.java.net/bin/view/Mobileandembedded/PhoneMEAdvancedBuildInst...

Hinkmond

Gary Adams - Client Systems Group wrote:
> Hi Hinkmond,
>
> After one more putback today to get a few missing files
> into the midp trunk, you can use the following
> command to build MIDP for CDC from the current
> Phoneme Advanced MR2 components.
>
>
> http://wiki.java.net/bin/view/Mobileandembedded/PhoneMEAdvancedBuildInst...
>
>
> TOP_DIR=`pwd`
>
> cd cdc/build/linux-x86-generic
>
> make \
> JDK_HOME=/usr/java/j2sdk1.4.2_13 \
> CVM_MTASK=true \
> CVM_USE_NATIVE_TOOLS=true \
> CVM_INCLUDE_MIDP=true \
> MIDP_DIR=$TOP_DIR/midp/trunk \
> PCSL_DIR=$TOP_DIR/pcsl/trunk \
> CVM_INCLUDE_JUMP=true \
> JUMP_DIR=$TOP_DIR/jump/trunk \
> QT_TARGET_DIR=/opt/Qtopia \
> QTEMBEDDED=true \
> QTOPIA=false \
> $@
>
> Gary Adams
>
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