open-source Java VM for openmoko?
bdeanna at recursionsw.com
Thu Jan 25 18:55:09 CET 2007
Thanks for the info!
I personally have no preference between Java and .NET.
I am also equally interested in support for ikvm on openmoko as well.
There was a thread of discussion on this topic on the ikvm development
J2ME CDC would be just fine, but as you state J2SE would be better...and
ikvm even better.
That would pave the way for really strong application development!
From: Scott Oberg [mailto:scottoberg at gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 10:59 AM
To: Bob Deanna
Cc: community at lists.openmoko.org
Subject: Re: open-source Java VM for openmoko?
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There is a jamvm package that is checked into the OpenEmbedded
(jamvm_1.3.0-jamvm_1.4.2), so I think that it will be available soon
after the release.
Koen Kooi did some initial work on testing a CDC build, see the
following link. Thanks Koen! I'm starting to test out building phoneme
- - so that other existing J2ME phone apps can run on the openmoko.
However, like yourself, I'm also more interested in full J2SE support.
I'm not a Java nut case, but I think it's important to get it working on
Bob Deanna wrote:
> Hello all,
> Will a Java VM, such as JamVM (see http://jamvm.sourceforge.net/) be a
> part of the openmoko software stack?
> I think this is a very exciting effort!
> OpenMoko community mailing list
> community at lists.openmoko.org
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