NetBeans Mobility Pack 5.5.1 Release Notes
Welcome to the NetBeans Mobility Pack 5.5.1, an add-on pack that provides
the tools for creating Java Micro Edition (Java ME) applications that support
the Connected, Limited Device Configuration (CLDC)/Mobile Information Device
Profile (MIDP) technologies.
Note: If you are looking for information about installing the NetBeans Mobility Pack for CLDC 5.5.1, see the NetBeans Mobility Pack for CLDC 5.5.1 Installation Guide.
The NetBeans Mobility Pack 5.5.1 runs on the J2SE JDK 5.0 or JDK 6.0 (Java
2 JDK, Standard Edition), which consists of the Java Runtime Environment plus
developer tools for compiling, debugging, and running applications written
in the Java language.
The NetBeans Mobility Pack 5.5.1 runs on operating systems that support the Java
VM. Below is a list of platforms that the Mobility Pack has been tested on.
- Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2
- Ubuntu 6.x
The Mobility Pack includes the Sun Java
Wireless Toolkit version 2.5.1.
Note: The platforms supported by the NetBeans Mobility Pack might
differ from those supported by the emulator you plan to use. You should verify
that both the Mobility Pack and the emulator you plan to use are supported
on your particular platform.
Note: You must run NetBeans Mobility Pack 5.5.1 on NetBeans 5.5.1.
Some features might not work with NetBeans 5.5.
To file a new bug, request a new feature or feature enhancement, or check
on the status of an existing bug, use the Issuezilla bugtracking system:
Note: Projects created with the Visual Mobile Designer in
earlier versions of the Mobility Pack will be upgraded to a new format when
opened in version 5.5. For specific details, see http://wiki.netbeans.org/wiki/view/MobilityVisualDesignerVersions.
The major unresolved issues for this release are as follows:
Documentation is provided for the NetBeans Mobility Pack in the
form of web-based guides and the IDE's help system. You can use the following
documents to get started: