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Does anyone have suggestions on how to choose a J2ME IDE? JBuilder, CodeWarrior and SunONE studio all have mobile add-ons now. What are the pros and cons? What about eclipse? Thanks.
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Hi,
I think that if you already have a IDE as JBuilder you would can only catch the JBuilder MobileSet.
Forte is a good free Option, i personaly use the JavaTM 2 Platform Micro Edition, Wireless Toolkit and i'm very happy with this.
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JBuilder can run on Linux but the Mobileset can only run on windows. Does anyone know why?
 
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I don't knew about this.
If i will know anything i post here.
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Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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