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J2ME porting to Pocket PC(WinCE) is it possible  RSS feed

 
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I need to create a java application for Pocket PC(PPC), I have problme finding virtual machines that will support such developement, I wonder if it is possible for me to port J2ME applications to PPCs,,(with a middle ware supporting Virtual Machine of course)

I also donot knwo weather the Java SDK for PPC developement supports SQL CE or Pocket SS annot.... I am having a major crisis here please help me :0
contact me at kianfatt1982@yahoo.com
 
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You might check the SWT package that's part of the Eclipse project (www.eclipse.org). The article at http://www.eclipse.org/articles/Article-small-cup-of-swt/pocket-PC.html (A Small Cup of SWT) explains how to use it to write a Pocket PC application.
 
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Kada is a JVM for WinCE. It supports Personal Java, if I remember it correctly.
http://www.kadasystems.com/

Kaffe or Blackdown if you use Linux.
 
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Umm... I guess you guys might want to have a look at this thread, in which we discussed about the JVM available for PocketPC...

Hope it helps...
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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