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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.

Regards,
Bartek

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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