[jsword-devel] eRCP (Embedded Rich Client Platform)
dmsmith555 at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 23 05:07:34 MST 2006
Aleksander Rozman wrote:
> DM Smith wrote:
>> Mete Kural wrote:
>>> Hello DM,
>>> Is a version targeted for eRCP (Embedded Rich Client Platform) one
>>> of the potential goals for BibleDesktop 2.0, if it is refactored
>>> around Eclipse RCP? It would be great to be able to use a limited
>>> version of BibleDesktop 2.0 on handheld devices such as Windows Mobile.
>> Yes. I think you said it right. It should be a potential goal. From
>> what I read, one needs to stick with the Java Foundation Classes,
>> that is J2ME. Not familiar with it, but the real question is whether
>> the libraries we use are compliant?
> Java Foundation Classes (this are normally classes you get when you
> download JRE) are normal java classes, in this case it means normal
> swing and awt (as it is part of swing). For J2ME, this are probably
> limited to special version of awt and swing. I haven't worked with
> J2ME before either.
My bad, I meant JCL Foundation classes. These were referenced in
"eclipse Rich Client Platform: Designing, Coding, and Packaging Java
Applications" as the subset of Java to use when developing for mobile
devices. I have been looking but I have not been able to find a list of
what is contained.
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