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CDC,Linux and JSR135

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drakou
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Hi,
I have a working cvm with PBP, and i would like to play sound.
I am using an ARM/Linux system with ALSA based sound. Do I have to use JSR135 for sound ? And does the implementation works with linux alsa standard sound ? I found a KNI implementation browsing the sources but i don't know what is KNI ..

So in brief : what do I have to do to enable sound playing in my cdc/pbp system ?

Regards,
Arnaud Derasse

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lambertll
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You will find an implementation of JSR 135 among the PhoneMe components:
https://phoneme.dev.java.net/source/browse/phoneme/components/jsr135/
I haven't tried to play with it.

For JSR 927, you need to see here : https://opencable.dev.java.net/
You may find the stubs source and fill the blanks ;-) or look deeper to find more. That may require some license agreement or royalty fee.

Regards,
Loïc

Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a working cvm with PBP, and i would like to play sound.
> I am using an ARM/Linux system with ALSA based sound. Do I have to use JSR135 for sound ? And does the implementation works with linux alsa standard sound ? I found a KNI implementation browsing the sources but i don't know what is KNI ..
>
> So in brief : what do I have to do to enable sound playing in my cdc/pbp system ?
>
> Regards,
> Arnaud Derasse
>
>

Hi Arnaud,

Currently the port for JSR 135 for CDC/PBP is not completely implemented
in the open source and neither is the complete JSR 135 in the open
source for CDC/MIDP. So, you'd have to port JSR 135 to your CDC/PBP
platform on your own or with help from the community. Does your app
model have to be PBP, not PP? CDC/PP has the java.applet.* package
which can play sound.

http://www.roseindia.net/java/example/java/applet/PlaySoundApplet.shtml

Hinkmond

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lanshouzhen
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It now 2 years later.

is there an open source implementation of jsr 135?

Frankly,I hava the similar problems when i want to implement jsr-927 on linux-arm

could someone tell me how to implement JSR 927 on linux/arm?

Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> It now 2 years later.
>
> is there an open source implementation of jsr 135?
>

JSR 135 is now lead by Aplix, so you would have to ask Aplix if they
have provided an open source version of their JSR 135.

http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=135
...
2010.01.07:
The Maintenance Lead changed from Nokia Corporation to Aplix Corporation.

Specification Lead: Stanley Kao

E-Mail Address: stankao@aplixcorp.com

Telephone Number: +1 415 558 8800
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Hinkmond

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