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From "Bartek Teodorczyk" <bar...@barteo.net>
Subject Re: [announce] Java ME contribution
Date Wed, 16 Apr 2008 13:32:29 GMT
Do you have any news from Motorola, how far are they to have CCLA with
ASF? What I know, they already created MIDP implementation, this might
be much closer path to have cldc and midp modules ready to use,
additionally they can also verify implementation with TCK.


On 16/04/2008, Tim Ellison <t.p.ellison@gmail.com> wrote:
> Bartek Teodorczyk wrote:
> > I'm happy to announce contribution part of the Microemulator
> > (http://www.microemu.org/) project to Apache Harmony. Microemulator is
> > a Java ME implementation but also emulation layer that allows to
> > execute CLDC/MIDP applications (MIDlets) on standard Java SE.
> >
>  Thanks Bartek!  That's very cool.
> > I've been involved into that project for almost 7 years, not always
> > full time though. In the latest release we achieved quite good
> > coverage of implemented JSRs: CLDC, MIDP2, JSR-75, JSR-135 and others.
> > It is however far to complete and of course we've never been able to
> > even touch the TCK to verify our implementation.
> >
> > Unfortunately, we are not able to contribute whole the project but
> > only parts that meet the Harmony ACQ requirements. That makes
> > potential integration with Harmony much more difficult, current
> > contributed code doesn't even compile successfully. I hope you'll find
> > it useful though, and I'm always open to answers any questions
> > concerning the Microemulator (as far as I'm allowed to).
> >
>  So my first question is:  what's missing to make it immediately useful to
> people?  I've not studied the code in detail yet, but do you have a
> high-level TODO list?
>  Thanks again,
>  Tim

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