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What JSRs lwuit used

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yt7589
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Hi.
As I saw in the UIDemo application there has 3D transition effect. I want to know whether or not LWUIT use JSR184. The text in the interface goes into the *.properties file. I want to know whether LWUIT need JSR75 support.

As you know that many mobile phone doesn't support JSR184 and JSR75 at present. If LWUIT depends on these JSRs it will be difficult to run application based on LWUIT on these mobile phone.

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Shai Almog

Hi,
LWUIT can work without JSR 184 you just won't see the 3D effects.
It doesn't rely on any JSR other than the MIDP 2.0 and CLDC 1.1 JSR's
there is no use of JSR 75 whatsoever.

I'm not exactly clear about which properties file you are referring to?

Thanks,
Shai.

> Hi.
> As I saw in the UIDemo application there has 3D transition effect.
> I want to know whether or not LWUIT use JSR184. The text in the
> interface goes into the *.properties file. I want to know whether
> LWUIT need JSR75 support.
>
> As you know that many mobile phone doesn't support JSR184 and JSR75
> at present. If LWUIT depends on these JSRs it will be difficult to
> run application based on LWUIT on these mobile phone.
>
>
> Best Regards
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yt7589
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Hi.

Thanks for your quick reply! It is really useful information for me.

By saying the properties file I means the file in images/l10n/localize.properties file. If I change the ok=value, It will display the new ok string. If I change it to such as chinese words it will display chinese words correctlly. So I think LWUIT may use the JSR75 javax.macroedition.io.file package to read this property file.

Thanks a lot! Have a good week end.

Best Regards

Shai Almog

Hi,
this file is read during build and stored into the resources.res file
which is a binary file that you can either store in the JAR or
download OTA into the device and store in RMS.
You can view the content of the resource file using the resource
editor tool in the utilities directory.

Thanks and enjoy your weekend too,
Shai.

> Hi.
>
> Thanks for your quick reply! It is really useful information for me.
>
> By saying the properties file I means the file in images/l10n/
> localize.properties file. If I change the ok=value, It will display
> the new ok string. If I change it to such as chinese words it will
> display chinese words correctlly. So I think LWUIT may use the
> JSR75 javax.macroedition.io.file package to read this property file.
>
> Thanks a lot! Have a good week end.
>
> Best Regards
> [Message sent by forum member 'yt7589' (yt7589)]
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