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fyi new devtools

http://devblog.blackberry.com/2010/04/enhanced-web-and-java-development-tools-highlights/

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Re: fyi new devtools

Just saw it, going through the release notes before installing.

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Re: fyi new devtools

Do these new Eclipse additions address the need to efficient multi-OS development?

 

i.e. proper configuration support, proper preprocessing support, etc?

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Re: fyi new devtools

Read the relase notes to see if it meets anything you are looking for.

 

I'm disapointed that SubMenu still has not been re-added. But on a positive note multiple, what I am guessing used to be internal, APIs have been added to the public documentation.

 

Though not on the documentation the new JRE (5.0.0.25, up from 5.0.0.14) has one "non-public" api which happens to be JSR 113 (AKA Java Speech 2.0) which I am wondering if it will even compile. If so I forgive RIM for not having SubMenu.

 

 Now I just need a GUI builder and I think it will be perfect.

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