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Development on Mac OSX

Himanshu Rawat
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Hi folks,

I am new to J2ME and wanted to start development but on mac OS X. Before starting can some one throw some light on how to begin on mac osX.

For e.g. environment setup, IDE, toolkits, runtimes needed etc.

Please treat me as a beginner .

Links, related blogs, articles, books will also help

Cheers
Rawat


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Ulf Dittmer
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That could be a problem. A new version of the JME SDK came out recently, but it runs on Windows only.


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Himanshu Rawat
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in another words am STUCKED
Ulf Dittmer
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Maybe not completely so: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/457378/java-micro-edition-jme-sdk-for-mac-os-x-or-linux
Himanshu Rawat
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thanks ulf. Going to look into this
Himanshu Rawat
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Just updating.

Downloaded MotoDev studio (customized eclipse IDE) from Motorola and integrated it with mpowerplayer SDK. Worked fine with subtle discrepancies.

Even emulator working fine.


Thanks ulf again for pointing me in right direction
 
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