[73cat] Re: When will...
- From: Lehel Sipos < >
- Subject: [73cat] Re: When will...
- Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2012 13:24:00 +0100
:) It seems quite qood, this tool j2me, just i am slow at understanding :)
2012/11/29 Goran Miskovic < " target="_blank"> >
Hi LehelI can bet that you might get better answers either in Java ME Users forum  or corresponding mailing list.Best,GoranP. S. You might consider starting a new topic/thread when needed instead of taking over existing one.
On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 12:47 PM, Lehel Sipos < " target="_blank"> > wrote:
I got some answers....J2ME is seems now to work now.
But I still don't understand something....Why is neccesary to run the control panel java administration under windows, after the j2me was installed..? So the j2me emulator will not start, until I do not start a java version search from control panel, java administration? The firewall or something else? In the end I started the emulator from j2m sdk and Netbeans also was able to recognize j2me.
And other question, there is a Java ME SDK 3.2 Plugin for NetBeans(32 MB) at oracle's site (nb-me-sdk-plugins-uc.zip) and I am not sure, that this will work with the new Netbeans too? I mean, the sdk is installed separately...
Sorry for the questions. Thank you.
Lehel2012/11/29 Lehel Sipos < " target="_blank"> >Hi Jirka,
Can you give us a little description of how to install and test Java Me SDK? I mean, i have some questions:
-Java Me SDK will be available under Linux too (as Netbeans was able to install in prior versions under linux too) ?
-are there plugins to install and test, among the Java Me SDK, under Netbeans?
-are there any restrictions related to java and java me sdk version and netbeans versions?
-so what are the steps to perform, creating a Java ME SDK platform under Netbeans, is there 2 steps one for CDC and one for CLDC applications?
I was unable to create j2me platform with the recent version of Netbeans with separate j2me installation, the Netbeans was unable to recognize the j2me sdk(i mean to create the platforms), installed under C:\.
Lehel2012/11/26 Jiří Kovalský < " target="_blank"> >
you are right that the size of installers changed. It's because we unbundled Java ME SDK from the installer. For more information see here:
On 26.11.2012 12:37, Kent wrote:
That’s what I normally do, but the browser did not refresh the view for*Från:*Lehel Sipos [mailto: " target="_blank"> ]
a reason unknown to me…
I normally gets up in the morning, starts the download of the nightly
build and uninstall of last nights build, get a cup of Java and then
starts the installation of the new build, the problem I have sometimes
when there is no new nightly build I will end up with only the cup of
Hmm… Looks kind of strange, the normal size (for full version) is around
240Mb but this one is only 190 Mb.
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*Ämne:* [73cat] Re: When will...2012/11/26 Kent < " target="_blank"> <mailto: " target="_blank"> >>
Just see: http://bits.netbeans.org/download/trunk/nightly/latest/
..Hudson be back from vacation? There have been no new build since
[73cat] Re: When will...