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Mobile Tools for Java Release 0.9.1

Craig Setera — December 28, 2008 @ 1:25 pm — New Releases

Release 0.9.1 of the MTJ project is available to download from the MTJ website. You can access the release from:

Download site: http://download.eclipse.org/dsdp/mtj/downloads/drops/R-0.9.1-200812231340/index.html
Via update manager: http://download.eclipse.org/dsdp/mtj/updates/0.9/stable/

Below is a list of the main new features that are available in the new release:

  • Multidevice support: each MTJ project can now have several devices associated to it
  • Preprocessor enhancements: there is code assist on the preprocessor tags
  • MIDlet Unit Test Support: it is possible to create unit tests cases/suite to MIDlet classes. The tests can be packed with the MIDlet suite
  • MIDlet localization: There is now one option on the MIDlet suite to localize all Strings that are used on the MIDlet Suite
  • MIDlet suite libraries: There is a new extension point that can be used by content developers to provider libraries that can be packed with the MIDlet suite
  • Import Symbol Set definitions: Besides creating symbols and symbols set, MTJ users are now able to import predefined symbol sets based on Antenna format
  • Content assist on the JAD Editor

In this release, besides the valuable community contributions during conference calls, email discussions and bug reports, there were code contributions from the following companies:

  • Craig Setera (individual)
  • Inlogic Software ltd
  • Motorola
  • Nokia
  • Sybase

Thanks for the hard work of everyone that contributed to this release.  The project will be scheduling a call in early January to talk about MTJ 1.0 scope.


My Baby Is All Grown Up…

Craig Setera — October 15, 2008 @ 7:13 pm — Miscellaneous, New Releases, Status Updates

and EclipseME has grown into the the Eclipse Foundation Mobile Tools for Java (MTJ) project. It is hard to believe, but it is now official. The first official release of the Eclipse MTJ project is now available and the release announcement can be found here:

http://www.eclipse.org/org/press-release/20081015_mtj.php

I will follow up soon with more details about what is to come from the EclipseME project, including information about making the transition from EclipseME to MTJ. I would like to urge all EclipseME users to download the MTJ release and use the import wizard to begin the transition. EclipseME users should find MTJ familiar and comfortable. Even better, the first MTJ release even includes some new features and a lot of new bug fixes.

More coming soon…

Version 1.7.9 Released

Craig Setera — March 30, 2008 @ 3:42 pm — New Releases

Version 1.7.9 of EclipseME has been released. This version provides a single bug fix for a build issue causing users trouble in recent EclipseME versions. This version still supports Eclipse 3.2. Future versions will likely require newer versions of Eclipse in order to function.

The Eclipse Mobile Tools for Java project is in the process of restarting. Motorola has taken leadership and the current plan for the project is to restart using EclipseME as the initial code, building on what is currently available in EclipseME. Assuming that the project is successfully restarted with the EclipseME code, the EclipseME project will eventually fade away. We will work hard to make the transition from EclipseME to MTJ as painless as possible. Watch this space for further information over the next couple of months.

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Version 1.7.8 Released

Craig Setera — March 16, 2008 @ 1:25 pm — New Releases

Version 1.7.8 of EclipseME has been released. This version is primarily a bug fix release. This will be the last EclipseME release supporting version 3.2 of Eclipse. Upcoming releases will require at least Eclipse 3.3.

The Eclipse Mobile Tools for Java project is in the process of restarting. Motorola has taken leadership and the current plan for the project is to restart using EclipseME as the initial code, building on what is currently available in EclipseME. Assuming that the project is successfully restarted with the EclipseME code, the EclipseME project will eventually fade away. Watch this space for further information over the next couple of months.

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Version 1.7.7 Released

Craig Setera — November 27, 2007 @ 8:29 pm — New Releases

Version 1.7.7 of EclipseME has been released. This version provides a small set of bug fixes against version 1.7.6. In addition, this release now copies the launchable resources (JAD and JAR) files to temporary storage before launching, allowing builds and other launches to complete successfully. This will be the last EclipseME release supporting version 3.2 of Eclipse. Upcoming releases will require at least Eclipse 3.3.

In order to use the preprocessing support, it is absolutely necessary that the new installation instructions be followed in order to enable the preprocessing support.

EclipseME requires at least version 3.2 of the Eclipse platform.

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