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03-31-2010 05:30 AM
Eclipse runs on Mac.
Java runs on Mac.
Ant runs on Mac.
Why don't you guys offer a Mac version of the BlackBerry Development Tools?
I mean the Java ME SDK 3.0 is now available for Mac, and will be soon integrated into Netbeans.
Surely BlackBerry can do the same?
03-31-2010 09:02 AM
A Mac OSX version will be coming out later this year.
03-31-2010 11:01 AM
What about generic Linux version? I miss BB coding on my Ubuntu station.
03-31-2010 04:12 PM
At the last Developer Conference RIM announced that the developer tools will be released for Mac OSX and Linux, then at the Super App web conference (from the summary I read) the Mac OSX version will be released "soon" so I can only guess that the Linux version will come out soon as well.
04-28-2010 06:24 AM
This is excellent news. Not only because it means that Mac and Linux users can develop natively, but also because it means that the IDE features and simulators will be developed closer to standards - making them easier to use and understand.
I suppose asking for Netbeans support is pushing it a bit, hey.
07-26-2010 10:12 PM
Is there a beta testers group one can join to checkout the release? I increasingly have number of clients asking for support on blackberry.
09-13-2010 09:39 AM
2010 BlackBerry Developer Conference is Sept. 27, if they don't announce anything there then I would say next year (though usually it takes them about a year before they come out with something).
09-25-2010 07:37 PM
MobileWineHelper using artificial Intelligence has found a way, It has been down for a while. Took me ages to find I had given up, But I found this by accident. Now I must share.
09-29-2010 08:09 AM
We now have a plug-in that supports OSX. You can read about it here.