|RES: [dsdp-mtj-dev] Questions about S60 3rd Ed. FP1 SDK support|
I tested on 6.5 and it worked ok.
I was able to do some workaround on mtj to import and build. The change was on the StandardPreverifier class (method constructCommandLine). MTJ always check if there is some invalid classes when we run the preverifier (-cldc option). This fails with this SDK since it only provide a lib jar file (and no cldc compliant stubs).
But now I can’t run he MIDlet. There is an error: Symbian SDK - java.util.zip.ZipException: invalid entry compressed size (expected 1252 but got 1255 bytes)
It would be nice if we can have this sdk supported. But, even if we are able to find a solution, I’m also concerned to do last minute changes that might break something that is already working.
dsdp-mtj-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dsdp-mtj-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] Em nome de Gorkem Ercan
On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 4:27 PM, Paula Gustavo-WGP010 <wgp010@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Can you detail a little bit which project specific configuration needs to be done?
I just tried to import this SDK on netbeans (WTK 3.0 that include netbeans) and it also fails. Do you know which IDE is usually used by the developers that use this SDK?
Only after setting the project specific settings for preverification also there may be a problem with packaging need to check
On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 4:16 PM, Paula Gustavo-WGP010 <wgp010@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I did some tests with this SDK. I was able to import it (removing the code to filter CDC devices) but not to build a MIDlet suite. If gives a preverification error because the stubs seems to be invalid. Were you able to build the MIDlet Suite and create a package?
Em nome de Gorkem
The change on the MTJ code basically enables
UEIDeviceImporter to import an SDK that does not report a CLDC API. The problem
stems from the workaround to avoid importing SDKs that supports CDC. So the fix
is isolated to removing the workaround. As a side note, I am not sure,
why we want to avoid importing CDC compatible SDKs actually. It is true that
current MTJ does not offer CDC compatible tooling but someone may just want to
provide that on top of it.
On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 3:20 PM, David Marques <wtv368@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: