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Blackberry and opensource libraries ?

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I am about to reimplement a http stack (with more feature than me one),

and i was wondering why doing this in 2011 ?


ie: org.apache.http do that but it cant be imported this way it needs to be ported ...


I am sure many of us will gain time by identifying reusable code, so I open this thread to list existing lib or source to be used on blackberry platform ...


Maybe it will be smart to do that on pure midp platforms too ...




ps : will update this thread later





* url, tags, licences


* http://www.logicmail.org/ ; email ; BSD


* http://rzr.online.fr/java.htm ; 3d demo ; GPL-2+


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Re: Blackberry and opensource libraries ?

I have three libraries (two are in the works so use them at your own risk). Just look at the lower left hand corner, labeled "Coordinator on...": http://www.codeplex.com/site/users/view/rcmaniac25


All three work on 4.5 and up.

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Re: Blackberry and opensource libraries ?


(it is being developed further on GIT somehwere, don't know the adress, basically a j2me compatible android version)

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