Is it possible to use MIDP-2.0 with pMEF? if yes then pls guide me the steps to build MIDP-2.0 with pMEF.
Can you give me an idea that how can i build pMEF to develop|run IMlets(based on IMP-NG).
phoneME Feature MR2 is MIDP 2.0 (uplifted to 2.1) running on top of CLDC 1.1.
Although you correctly said the IMP is a subset for MIDP and you might be able to develop\run IMlets, there are no specific configuration to build phoneME Feature as IMP compliant stack. Sorry. There were no such a requirement set for the product.
Did you try to use phoneME Feature as is for IMP application testing? What are the failures did you get so far?
Thanks for the information, i built pMEF MIDP based on cldc1.1, as i built using linux_fb_gcc, when i try to execute runPhoneME on target, it asks for the missing device on target board. I need some help to build MIDP without lcdui package. Because only in that case i could be able to install, run and test an IMlet on the target board.
Also the other thing that i need to know is when i use System.out.println("") to get some output from the IMlet, i noticed that it goes to gc. What could be the ways to get output of an IMlet.
it would be really helpful for me if you can refer me a document about IMlet development.
thanks and regards,
I suggest you to look at the sources of phoneME Feature, in particular at the
library /src/highleveleui/fb_port. This library has interface include/fbport_export.h,
and a few alternative implementations: fb, qvfb, directfb. If you build linux_fb_gcc for
some ARM device, "fb" implementation is selected by default. It tries to open /dev/fb0
device and to init input devices (keyboard, ...) You can provide your own implementation
of fb_port library with stubbed initializations and dummy screen operations. It should work
for headless devices.
Sorry, I am not sure I got your question - MIDP is one of two core technologies used in pMEF.
Could you clarify your question.
I meant to say that can i build MIDP-2.0 on top of cldc 1.1. Actually i need to develop IMlets using IMP-NG that is a subset of MIDP-2.0, because the runPhoneME version is 1.2, and it seems that it refers to MIDP-1.1.
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