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Is MIDP for Palm ready for "prime-time", or do you still recommend something like IBM J9 VM to allow access to Palm guts.
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Originally posted by Rob Levo:
Is MIDP for Palm ready for "prime-time", or do you still recommend something like IBM J9 VM to allow access to Palm guts.
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Hi Rob,
Are you speaking from a point of view of stability, or for access to the Palm API's?
I am sure you are aware that MIDP of Palm OS does not support any native access to the Palm.
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I am aware that MIDP for Plam does not allow access to native Palm API's.
My concern was with performance with MIDP for Palm. Stability is a good question also since you brought it up.
Would appreciate your thoughts on both the performance and stability issues.
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Originally posted by Rob Levo:
I am aware that MIDP for Plam does not allow access to native Palm API's.
My concern was with performance with MIDP for Palm. Stability is a good question also since you brought it up.
Would appreciate your thoughts on both the performance and stability issues.
Thanks.


I have not found any concerns regarding stability.
Regarding performance, unfortunately, I have not had an opportunity to compare various implementations
Anyone?
John
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