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Old 01-05-2006, 11:36 AM
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Microcode - opensource porting solution for j2me

The team behind J2ME Device DB project (Sebastian Szczygiel and Pal Szasz), which currently supports 385 device profiles, has released the first version of
Microcode - multi-device development and deployment framework for Windows OS

Microcode features:

- integrated powerful preprocessor Filepp
- device properties from j2me-device-db project (over 300 devices supported)
- obfuscation with ProGuard
- bundling of resource files with Resource-Collector
- the framework is really light-weight and easy to use

A tutorial how Microcode works is available online: icrocodeExample

Project homepage:

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Old 02-05-2006, 08:50 AM
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it is good. thanks


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