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John Connolly

I'm looking to build pMEA MR2 pp for an ARM device with whatever support provided by jsrs already ported. What are the jsrs that I can use to build pMEA pp? Do we have a status of supported jsrs for pMEA? Additionally, what are the required build options to include them in a build?

I'm most interested in multimedia APIs and midlet support, so jsr 135 would be great to have. I see that it's listed as one of the jsrs partially implemented for pMEA, but Hinkmond is saying it's still closed source and will not likely be available for pMEA. ?

Thanks.

-John

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Hinkmond Wong

John Connolly wrote:
> I'm looking to build pMEA MR2 pp for an ARM device with whatever
> support provided by jsrs already ported. What are the jsrs that I can
> use to build pMEA pp? Do we have a status of supported jsrs for
> pMEA? Additionally, what are the required build options to include
> them in a build?
>
> I'm most interested in multimedia APIs and midlet support, so jsr 135
> would be great to have. I see that it's listed as one of the jsrs
> partially implemented for pMEA, but Hinkmond is saying it's still
> closed source and will not likely be available for pMEA. ?
>

Hi John,

The JSRs currently implemented in the open source (phoneME Advanced) for
PP are limited to JSR 172.

To build it you would use J2ME_CLASSLIB=personal USE_JUMP=true
USE_JSR_172=true.

For JSR 135, Nokia is the spec. owner. It is partially implemented in
pMEA only as reference and would require checking with Nokia on when it
will available on open source with a full implementation.

In the meantime, if you have a specific device that already has working
native audio and video codecs and native interfaces to the camera
control you could potentially hook up JSR 135 yourself.

Do you have that on your device?

Hinkmond

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lanshouzhen
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Hi Hinkmond :

If you read this , can you tell me if there is an open source implementation of jsr 927 on linux/arm?

Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> Hi Hinkmond :
>
> If you read this , can you tell me if there is an open source implementation of jsr 927 on linux/arm?
>
Hi lanshouzhen,

You might want to check the OpenCable Tru2Way project https://opencable.dev.java.net/

I think they have an open source version of Java TV API, but I'm not sure which version.

Hinkmond

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lanshouzhen
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Hi Hinkmond :

Thank you so much for your quick reply,I will check it out for more information.

lanshouzhen