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PocketPC to PalmOS

Anonymous
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Joined: Nov 22, 2008
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Hello the list!
My J2ME application is released for PocketPC 2002 (It uses CLDC API, and runs on Jeode).
I want to adapt my application for PalmOS.
1 : palmOS indicates the dynamic heap of these various versions (http: // www.palmos.com/dev/tech/hardware/compare.html) of 56 up to 256Ko.
2:My application (J2ME/CLDC) assign of 800Ko up to 2Mo of heap (measures made on PC with OptimazeIt). From these results, can i deduce that my J2ME application is not portable to PalmOS because of the size of the heap.

<font color="red">Edited to remove unitended smiley after 1 and to fix link.</font>
[ September 23, 2002: Message edited by: Matthew Phillips ]
ksivananth
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Joined: Jun 10, 2002
Posts: 2
Hi,

I am wondering, you developed an J2ME app for Win CE/PocketPC. I searched a lot in the net but all I came to know, if the app has to run on Palm OS, it has to be developed using J2ME( CLDC ) and if it has to run on Win CE, it should have developed using PersonalJava which will not run on KVM( VM for CLDC/CDC device ).

But in one place I found that you can run midlets with me4se by use of Jeode JVM from Insignia on Win CE. Pls refer the link http://me4se.org/index.html

I am also struggling with the same thing that you do, i.e., single app for Palm OS & Win CE.

I believe you will be willing to share knowledge about this with me.

Best Regards,
Siva
 
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