Upgrade for Netbeans Mobility Microemulator Plugin - Solaris, Mac OS, Linux

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Finally I've had some time to take care of Microemulator Plugin Support. Previous version of this plugin does not work with the Netbeans Mobilty 6.5 and I've promised to fix it as soon as 6.5 is in the stable state. Unfortunately I was not able to do it until now because I was busy with new features and bug fixing for new NB release. New version of Microemulator plugin is not very well tested (yet) so please report problems on the home page of plugin (listed on the end of this entry). Information about plugin and Microemaultor below.

List of technologies implemented in the Microemualtor 2.0.2 and what is supported (or not supported) by Netbeans Microemultor plugin 1.0.1:

  • Works with all wersion of Netbeans 6.x
  • Operation Systems supported: Solaris, Mac OSX and Linux
  • CLDC 1.0/1.1 (JSR 30/139) - no reported issues
  • MIDP 2.0 (JSR 118) - large parts of CustomItem are not implemented
  • Bluetooth API (JSR 82)-1.0 - requires lib/microemu-jsr-82.jar, this is stub API definition used only during compilation process, for runtime integration with BlueCove (http://code.google.com/p/bluecove/) is needed (in this version of plugin bluetooth is supported only during compilation)
  • FileConnection API (JSR 75)-1.0 - requires lib/microemu-jsr-75.jar and additional command line parameter: --impl org.microemu.cldc.file.FileSystem (in this version of plugin bluetooth is supported only during compilation)
  • Mobile Media API (JSR 135)-1.1 - requires lib/microemu-jsr-135.jar, this JSR is only partially implemented
  • Wireless Messaging API (JSR 120)-1.0 - requires lib/microemu-jsr-120.jar, this is stub API definition used only during compilation process
  • Nokia UI API-1.0 - requires lib/microemu-nokiaui.jar
  • Siemens API-1.0 - requires lib/microemu-siemensapi.jar
  • Location API (JSR 179) - possible integration with OpenLAPI (http://thinktankmaths.com/technologies/openlapi/)

Links:

NB Microemulator plugin home page + tutorial how to use it: http://plugins.netbeans.org/

search keyword: Microemulator

Microemulator home page: http://www.microemu.org/

Comments:

hi

Posted by ta.ta.22 on September 20, 2009 at 02:16 AM CEST #

Hello,
I'm downloading your plugin to test it, but I know if it will be good for me, even I will need to do some modifications, since I'm working with IMP-NG (GSM Modules for Industrial purposes, without LCD and keyboard). Actually there is no version for Linux, but there are some workarounds to it with openobex's obexftp modified (to send files) + kermit (to execute files in module) + ttylog (to see output by USB).
In windows there is a very difficult to make work debbuging tool, embedded in emulator.exe. I'm looking for an emulator to IMP-NG, that supports or not debbuging, and I'm thinking and creating it in help with someone.

Posted by Ricardo Schmidt on October 30, 2009 at 03:57 PM CET #

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