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« Posted 2004-07-06 08:43:39 »

Hi everyone,

J2ME Polish 1.0 RC5  has just been released on http://www.j2mepolish.org today.

J2ME Polish is a suite of tools, of which everyone meets a definite need of a J2ME developer.

Features include:

* Automatic compiling, preverification, JAD-creation, obfuscation and packaging of J2ME applications.

* With the powerful preprocessing capabilities and the integrated device database device-optimizations have never been easier!

* J2ME Polish has an optional GUI, which is much more powerful than the MIDP-standard, but which is compatible to the MIDP-standard.
The GUI works on MIDP/1.0 and MIDP/2.0 devices and allows the usage of MIDP/2.0 features like the POPUP ChoiceGroup on MIDP/1.0 devices as well.
The GUI is designed with simple CSS-textfiles:
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      background-color: yellow; 
      border-color: red;
      font-color: green;
      font-style: bold;
      font-face: proportional;
      layout: center;



* Game Engine: Use the MIDP/2.0 game API on MIDP/1.0 devices as well.

* View your System.out.println()-messages on real devices with the logging framework.
When the logging is disabled, absolutely no traces will be left in the application.
Example:
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//#debug info
System.out.println("application initialised");


You can download J2ME Polish at http://www.j2mepolish.org

View all included devices at
http://www.j2mepolish.org/devices-overview.html

J2ME Polish is published under the Open Source license GPL, commercial licenses are also available.

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Improvements in the RC5 release are:
better integration with NetBeans and some other IDEs, support of floating point calculation for CLDC/1.1 devices, as well as some misc. bugfixes and improvements.

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Thanks for your feedback and best regards,
  Robert
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