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    Savage OS

    Hi all,
    A new OS has been in the market named Savage.it is heard that LG will recommend this OS for all its future phones.The advantage of this OS is that both CDC and CLDC applications can be developed on these phones.

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    Soku

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    Re: Savage OS

    then it is good.what abt the cldc support?have both cldc 1.0 and 1.1?

    rakesh

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    Re: Savage OS

    Hi ,
    i suppose its cldc1.0.
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    Re: Savage OS

    Hi Soku,

    I think savage is still in its initial phases. I have gone to its home site and it looks its forum is blank. Will wait till it comes to the full fledge.



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    Re: Savage OS

    Hello there,

    In fact, there's a new device shipping (Jasper S20) that was announced at JavaOne and it uses SavaJe as well as implements the JSR 209 - Advanced Graphics and User Interface Optional Package for the J2ME Platform.

    Take a look:

    http://www.nljug.org/pages/events/co...06/news/00006/

    http://www.savaje.com/

    http://news.softpedia.com/news/Jaspe...ne-23841.shtml

    BTW, what do you all think about that all? It seems that in CDC we'll have AWT, eSWT and Swing Subset. I'm afraid of fragmentation as we see in Java Desktop...

    BR,

    Juarez Junior

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    Re: Savage OS

    Hi juraez,
    i think the jasper device is in its beta stage and yet to be full proofed.Also there sdks will be out only by August as i read somewhere.But i think supporting the swing API will give a new face to the UI.Also heard that LG is planning for all its future mobiles the Savage oS.Have nokia any plans to have it.

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    Soku

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    Re: Savage OS

    Hi Soku,

    Nokia is happy with their current Symbian OS. It is a stable one(although there is small disprency here & there).
    Let us wait till the savage come to full fledge. since it is in the initial phase we can't predict whether it will be a booster. but a new OS is always a new thing


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    wang

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    Unhappy Re: Savage OS

    Hi folks,

    My question remains unanswered.

    "It seems that in CDC we'll have AWT, eSWT and Swing (JSR-209) Subset. I'm afraid of fragmentation as we see in Java Desktop..."

    Is it good for JME? Let's debate, shall we?

    BR,

    Juarez Junior

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    Re: Savage OS

    If you're interested in developing for the SavaJe OS, check this out: http://www.netbeans.org/kb/55/developing-savaje.html

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    Re: Savage OS

    Hi, thanks for the link, useful information!

    Folks, today is the last day for the Jasper S20 device special offer, check:

    https://www.savaje.com/order.html

    "Selected as the “Device of the Show” at the 2006 JavaOne Conference, the GSPDA Jasper runs all applications in Java™ technology. Reserve your JavaOne SavaJe-based Jasper and be the first to develop mobile applications using Swing advanced graphics.

    This is a limited time offer – available online only until May 31st. Your phone will be shipped to you via FedEx. Don't miss your opportunity to get this limited edition SavaJe-based Developer version Jasper S20!"

    BR,

    Juarez Junior
    Last edited by juarezjunior; 2006-05-30 at 19:39.

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    Lightbulb Re: Savage OS

    Guys,

    I'm sure you are not serious! I mean come on! doesn't all the J stuff claim to be *khik* platform independent? I mean why would you care about a particular OS? Shouldn't it run on... err.. any platform supporting the *so called* standards?

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    Re: Savage OS

    Hi tanzimhusain,

    I think you missed the point

    The talk here is about UI frameworks and application portability, not language portability. If you write an application using a portable language but using the wrong approach or frameworks, problems can arise when porting.

    BR,

    Juarez Junior

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    Re: Savage OS

    Hi all,
    Hope this topic gave some useful information to all of us.

    Thanks
    Soku

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    Exclamation Re: Savage OS(Help me)

    Hi All,
    Can anybody tell me that how to get SavaJe OS.Is it possible to use any other language( like C/C++ )apart form Java for application development?

    Thanks

    Kanchan

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    Re: Savage OS(Help me)

    I think SavaJe went belly-up and Sun bought them (the technology) and it is been now developed further in various Sun mobile Java related projects.
    http://www.sun.com/software/savaje/index.xml

    You should ask more detailed questions in the forums of Mobile and Embedded community
    http://community.java.net/mobileandembedded/

    Hartti

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