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Kenneth Ho
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I tried to download the KVM and J2ME SDK, but I can find the following file:
j2me_cldc-1_0_2-fcs-src-b12-winunix-15_Jun_2001.zip

I can't find any KVM.prc or *.prc files in this ZIP file.

According to the article "Setting up the KVM on your Palm
and Getting Started with the KVM", I should download the

j2me_cldc_1_0_src-winsol.zip
j2me_cldc-1_0-src-palm_overlay.zip

But I can't find anyone of it. It looks like I "was cheated by the download area".

Please help me to find those files!

Regards,

Kenneth Ho
 
angelo celeste
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Hi Kenneth.
I am experiencing the same problem.
I noticed in some of the documentation they refer to j2me_cldc_1_0_src-winsol.zip whereas we downloaded
j2me_cldc-1_0_2-fcs-src-b12-winunix-15_Jun_2001.zip.
I have emailed Sun with the request as to where to find these and hope for a speedy reply.
I will let you know what they say.
Let me know if you figure this out.
Regards,
-Angelo
 
Kenneth Ho
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I also asked sun mirco
This is their reply to me

The article you're referring to is a bit outdated. To write Java for Palm,
you're advised to download the MIDP for PalmOS now. The early access version
is available from:
http://java.sun.com/products/midp/palmOS.html
The CLDC 1.0.2 release doesn't provide the overlay package anymore. You can
also find this information from the ReleaseNotes.pdf file included in your
downloaded file.

But MIDP is categorized "early access" and the size of file midp.prc 536k (quite large). I really wonder how can it used to develop application on palm.
I'm new to palm and J2ME. Now, I think GCC for Palm would be a better choice at this moment.
 
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I also asked sun mirco
This is their reply to me

The article you're referring to is a bit outdated. To write Java for Palm,
you're advised to download the MIDP for PalmOS now. The early access version
is available from:
http://java.sun.com/products/midp/palmOS.html
The CLDC 1.0.2 release doesn't provide the overlay package anymore. You can
also find this information from the ReleaseNotes.pdf file included in your
downloaded file.

But MIDP is categorized "early access" and the size of file midp.prc 536k (quite large). I really wonder how can it used to develop application on palm.
I'm new to palm and J2ME. Now, I think GCC for Palm would be a better choice at this moment.
 
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