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JVM for EV3 / Windows kit

Postby marten » Sat Sep 28, 2013 2:07 pm

I have two questions:

- Is it possible to use the JVM of the NXT 2.0 version with the EV3 version?

- When will a Windows development kit for the EV3 version be available?
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Re: JVM for EV3 / Windows kit

Postby gloomyandy » Sat Sep 28, 2013 2:35 pm

No you can't use the NXT VM on the EV3 and there would be no advantage to using it really.

A windows version will be available when someone gets around to working on it. I'm sure that will happen at some point, but there is a lot to be done to make it hapen.
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Re: JVM for EV3 / Windows kit

Postby fuzzycow » Sun Sep 29, 2013 6:27 am

marten wrote:I have two questions:
- When will a Windows development kit for the EV3 version be available?


Currently you only really need Linux to format or do full update of the sdcard.
Development can be done from Windows. You should even be able to update the ev3classes.jar by SCPing the newer version to EV3.
Putty and/or cygwin can be helpful for ssh/scp and such.
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Re: JVM for EV3 / Windows kit

Postby topikachu » Sun Sep 29, 2013 8:47 am

You need a linux to build sd image to boot the EV3
EV3 lejos uses java SE embeded version that means most api are same as the java SE.
You can develop application with generic java dev tool (eclipse or netbean) + ev3 classes.
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Re: JVM for EV3 / Windows kit

Postby marten » Mon Sep 30, 2013 8:30 am

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