Hi mo@mo@you what the 6.1 version of WEME from the first list,
Firsrt, thank you for your help.
If I understood you correctly, you suggested two
types of VM's : IBM and NSI
I went for the IBM one - and didn't have a clue what
- on the main page there are 3 option, I took the
- There, I has 10 (!) different download packages...
just too the first...
NSI offered 3 types of download, i took the firstdid not install on mine either;
It's an exe, probably a VM installer for PPC (wont
run on my XP..)
IBM's is more robust - their PDF says what filesno, the dist they supply has the lot, sources and all. you do not need everything on the PDA much of it is optional, to keep resources down you can only install the bits you need. The docs are pretty good, they say what the min is you need. I create a subset of what is in the dist folder on my pc in a /j9_inst folder, and just copy that directly onto the device via activesync browser.
should go to the PPC, dont they have a standard
2.1.you compile your classes as normal with the standard javac tool, use 1.4 or lower
Let's say I wrote a simple 'Hello World' app (AWT) -
Now I need a JDK to compile, which JDK??
And after that, just copy the .class file to the PPC
and run? as in: java.exe foobar.HelloWorld
3.you don't need one, it just runs normal desktop code and you app is a Frame just like desktop J2SE and started with a main(). So you just use the normal java.exe to run it with a Frame as you top level component.
Do you know of any PPC emulators?
4.Yes, they are a few but none of them are good enough yet i would say, and the IBM one is only $10 or less, so it is really the best way to go
Is there any free VM for PPC?
Again, Thank you
3. create a shortcut for running the app in notepad,Hello
call the file "hello.lnk"
it should look a bit like this one of mine;
255#"\SDMMC Disk\J9\PPRO11\bin\j9.exe" "-classpath"
"\My Documents;\My Documents\hello.jar" "-jcl:ppro11"
copy this to the PPC and run it!