MIKA is a port of Java to run locally on the NMT's. It is developed by other77
You can obtain a copy of the "head" (i.e. latest developement-) version of Mika from the source repository as follows:
svn checkout svn://svn.k-embedded-java.com/Mika/trunk
To build Mika you will need following tools:
After the checkout you should have a trunk directory. To build a version of Mika for PC, type
(or -DPLATFORM=pc-awt if you want to have an AWT version).
To build for another platform you should normally create your own set of Configuration files. However for arm you can try:
ant -DPLATFORM=default -DJAM.PLATFORM=arm-linux
(check in Configuration/platform for other alternatives than arm-linux). In the event of failures look in the build/platform/log directory, e.g. build/pc-awt/log or build/arm-linux/log. One commmon problem is that your cross-compiler has a different name; you can fix that in the Configuration/cpu/cpu file.
Once the build is completed, you'll find the binaries in the release/PLATFORM directory. Example:
would create it files in directory release/pc/, so the command to run Mika is ./release/bin/mika parameters...
(to be continued) .. .
Discussion of the build on the forums can be found here....