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Mar 10, 2008 7:51am
Img_missing_medium alain.muse 9 posts

Hi everybody,

I read in a previous thread that BugLabs uses JamVM (which release ?).
After reading the welcome page of the website of JamVM, it appears that it relies on GNU Classpath 0.96 (for JamVM 1.5).

After donwloading and unpacking GNU Classpath, it appears that Swing and some useful classes like BufferedImage are available.

Does it mean that we can use Swing inside the frame provided by the LCD module ?
If not, where can we find an exhaustive list of the available classes delivered with BugLabs device ?
BTW, I tried to guess it by unpacking the jar files stored in com.buglabs.dragonfly.bug.kernel_1.0.0.277\phoneME-fp of the plugin without success.

Many thanks for your help,

Best regards,

Alain
Mar 12, 2008 7:10pm
Medium Bug Labs team mcaric 64 posts

Hi Alain,

To find a list of the available classes, the easy way to do it is to create a java project in the SDK. Open the project node, and there will be 2 jars under PhoneME personal. This list includes all of the available classes.

Let us know if you have any problems!

Thanks,
Melinda

Mar 17, 2008 9:59am
Img_missing_medium alain.muse 9 posts

Hi Melinda,

Many thanks for your quick answer.

In fact, as we use the maven plugin (which needs to put the classes in a source folder named src/main/java) we do not use the "New bug project" of Dragonfly.

Anyway, I have created an empty "Bug project" to get a reference on the available classes.

Once again thank you for your precious help,

Best regards,

Alain

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