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Re: CLDC+MIDP2.0 implementation of OSGi?


I think there are some limitations
: bundles seems be started individually but can not stopped individually due to the KVM class loading limitations We had the same problem when we had ported Oscar 0.9.x (tOscar) on the TINI board (DS80C390)

For info
TINI board is a
DS80C390
• μC 40Mhz
• Instruction set : 8051 + special functions
• 16/32-bit math coprocessor
• 3 16-bit timer/counters
• 4 Ports 8bit I/O
• 2 Controller bus CAN
• Address space
• Max 4MB Data + Program
• 3 modes : 16b contiguous, 22b contiguous, 22b 8bit-paged
* 512 KB ou 1024KB of NV SRAM ( RAM Non Volatile saved by a 10-ten year battery)
* JVM 1.1

DS80C400
• μC 75 Mhz
• PMM (Power Management Mode) : underclocking by 1:256
* 1MB NV SRAM, 1MB Flash

About TINI
http://www.maxim-ic.com/products/tini/pdfs/TINI_GUIDE.pdf

About tOscar (but this master report is in french)
http://www-adele.imag.fr/Les.Publications/reports/DEA2003Des.pdf#page=39

Didier

Roger Ni wrote :

http://www.prosyst.com
It's so Cooool~,
anybody have tried the CLDC+OSGi solution? can you share your experience?
I have just submit a request for download their CLDC OSGi framework, but
seems still have to wait for some days,
I can't wait any more... Are there any other CLDC implementation of OSGi?
*_*



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