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Eclipse Java ME (J2ME) Developer Guide
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New MIDlet Project Preferences

href="eclipse_java_me_javascript:executeCommand("org.eclipse.ui.window.preferences(preferencePageId=org.eclipse.mtj.ui.internal.preferences.NewJ2MEProjectPreferencePage)")">Goto the New MIDlet Project preference page Java ME> New MIDlet Project category from the left pane of the preferences dialog to specify preferences that deal with the creation of a new MIDlet Project.


Preference items:


Item Contents
Force Java 1.1 Compliance If checked, when MTJ generates a new MIDlet suite project, it will adjust the project settings so that the Java compiler will generate Java 1.1-compatible class files. If unchecked, the project will be set to use the workspace settings.
Warning: many mobile devices will not accept class files compiled using the post-1.1 class file format. We strongly suggest that you leave this option checked.
Automatically Use Resources Directory in New Projects If checked, when you create a new MIDlet Suite project, the project will be created with a resource directory, using the name found in the next field.
Resources Directory This field contains the name of the resources directory that will be created if the check box just above is checked. Note that this feature only applies to new projects, and will only work if you have configured the project to use separate source and binary directories.


 
 
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