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March 02, 2006

Eclipse, J2ME/MIDP 2, Mac OS X

Looks like suitable instructions for getting J2ME MIDP 2.0 development going on the Mac with Eclipse using the Mpowerplayer SDK.
This has been a long time in coming.. Let's hope it works..

Posted by vanevery at 08:09 PM

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I used MPowerPlayer last semester to emulate on my Mac. I never got Eclipse in the equation though, and just stuck with xtools and ant. My biggest issue with MPowerPlayer was its lack of support for the WMA, which is huge, really, and its inability to deal with the RMS, among other things. Seems like its mainly a game emulator, or at least it was.

Posted by: Alex at March 3, 2006 12:50 PM

Yeah, but are there aren't many MIDP 2 phones that support it either though.. True?

RMS support is perhaps a bigger deal..

Would be nice if Apple or Sun decided to port over the WTK. Can't be such a big deal since it runs on Linux.

Posted by: shawn at March 4, 2006 08:30 PM