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Gruelingspade
I have spent 2 weeks searching for any information that I can find on Java development on my Z running Opie. Can anybody give me any clue at where to find anything, becuase I have tried getting Jeode to work, along with jikes and everything under the sun. can anybody point me in the right direction. It would be nice and allow me to rest my frustrated soul for a while.
Meanie
QUOTE(Gruelingspade @ Jan 12 2007, 02:20 PM)
I have spent 2 weeks searching for any information that I can find on Java development on my Z running Opie. Can anybody give me any clue at where to find anything, becuase I have tried getting Jeode to work, along with jikes and everything under the sun. can anybody point me in the right direction. It would be nice and allow me to rest my frustrated soul for a while.
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don't use opie and things will become simpler, ie jeode works under Sharp ROM and Cacko. you can also use latest jamvm and classpath with pdaXrom.
freizugheit
First thing first, what level of linux knowledge are you having? Basic, advanced or developer level.

Have you programmed Java before?
ofels
QUOTE(Meanie @ Jan 12 2007, 07:06 AM)
and Cacko. you can also use latest jamvm and classpath with pdaXrom.
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Which also works under Opie running X/Qt ;-)

I have a working version of Ewe (http://www.ewesoft.com) for OZ/Opie here, if interested.

And Jeode is said to work with the Sharp compat libs under Opie (which I did not try yet).

Oliver
Gruelingspade
QUOTE(freizugheit @ Jan 12 2007, 12:36 AM)
First thing first, what level of linux knowledge are you having? Basic, advanced or developer level.

Have you programmed Java before?
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yes, I program in Java daily, and have a basic (Computer Science AP student) knowledge of Linux as I run it at home on a desktop.
Peanut99
I think there' some problem with Jikes in relation to floating point operations. It's some bug that is due to the platform.

Anyway, I use the Kopi compiler and it works great, although I'm just doing some basic stuff using some of the older graphics functions.

Also look here if you havent already - zaurus onboard dev
Meanie
QUOTE(Peanut99 @ Jan 15 2007, 09:55 AM)
I think there' some problem with Jikes in relation to floating point operations. It's some bug that is due to the platform.

Anyway, I use the Kopi compiler and it works great, although I'm just doing some basic stuff using some of the older graphics functions.

Also look here if you havent already - zaurus onboard dev
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blackdown jvm runs fine on the Z, albeit it is only jre 1.3.1
if you need jre 1.4.x or only some jre 1.5 functionality, then classpath and jamvm does the job (although it is missing 2D graphics)
you also need to install X/Qt if you want AWT or SWING to display stuff under Qtopia.

Alternatively, use pdaXrom and jamvm and classpath are almost perfect there...
freizugheit
Here shows how to program java using visiscript as the developer's platform.

I am using SL-5600 with the original Sharp ROM.
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