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how to setup wireless toolkit etc. in Jbuilder

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anybody could give me some instruction about setting up wireless toolkit,
MIDP and CLDC in JBuilder X Foundation???

Well, I wrote a few things in javaapplet, a few years ago.

and now i want to try some game programming for mobile phones.

And i do not even know how to setup all the packages, real frustrating.

anybody could help?  thanx.
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other development environment is ok too.
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Hi,
 see if this helps you in setting up JbuilderX

regards,
venki
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sorry for not posting the link in the above post. Here is the link
http://info.borland.com/techpubs/jbuilder/jbuilderx/me/environment.html

venki
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by:jimmack
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If you're still looking for a solution and you can either:

  a) Use Ant within Borland, or
  b) Use Eclipse as the IDE

the you could follow a little trail of comments I've posted, starting here: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Wireless_Programming/Q_20948552.html

:-)
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