Getting Started with
phoneME Feature Software (MR1)
This guide contains the following chapters:
This guide contains information for building and running the phoneME Feature software,
an optimized Java ME stack based on Milestone Release 1 (MR1) of the phoneME Feature
This guide allows you to take the following general steps:
- Set up and configure your Linux/i386 or Win32/i386 build environment.
- Build a default version of the PCSL libraries, CLDC, and phoneME Feature software
- Run the phoneME Feature software on your default platform.
- Find additional information about phoneME Feature software.
Note: MR1 is the stable version of phoneME Feature software. It is unlikely
to change beyond adding necessary bug fixes. For active development, see the MR2
version of the phoneME Feature project.
What's in This Release
The phoneME Feature software contains the following software features and components:
- Support for Texas Instruments P2SAMPLE64-V6 reference platform (P2 board)
- Multitasking capabilities and support for multiple, simultaneous applications
- Full or partial implementations for the following Java Specification Request (JSR)
- Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) 1.0 (JSR 30) and 1.1. (JSR 139)
- Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) 1.0 (JSR 37) and 2.0 (JSR 118)
- Java Wireless Messaging (WMA) 1.1 (JSR 120) and 2.0 (JSR 205)
- Personal Information Management (PIM) 1.0 (JSR 75)
- FileConnection 1.0 (JSR 75)
- Java APIs for Bluetooth Wireless Technology 1.0 (JSR 82)
- Mobile Media API (JSR 135)
- J2ME Web Services 1.0 (JSR 172)
- Security and Trust Services API (SATSA) 1.0 (JSR 177)
- Java Technology for the Wireless Industry version 1.0 (JSR 185)
- Scalable 2D Vector Graphics API for J2ME 1.1 (JSR 226)
- Customizable user interface (skin) using Chameleon Adaptive User Interface
Technology (AUIT) and XML
What's Not in This Release
The following software components are not included in the phoneME Feature software release:
- Mobile 3D Graphics API (JSR 184)
- Audio functionality in MIDP 2.0 (JSR 118), Mobile Media APIs (JSR 135), and Java
Technology for the Wireless Industry (JSR 185) implementations
This guide provides only the minimal information needed to set up, build, and run the
phoneME Feature software quickly, using only the default settings for each implementation.
For more information about phoneME Feature software topics, including additional build
options, porting, multitasking, using Adaptive User Interface technology, and others, see
commercial documentation set.
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