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RE: JCSP Network Edition
A J2ME (CLDC) port is already in the works. We have a proof-of-concept
prototype that works on the development kit. No networking yet though, but
we're working on it. Are you aware of anyone specifically interested in
such a product?
Not sure what type of plug-in you have in mind regarding Forte. We are
planning an IDE/Process editor (a brief description of which is on our
web-site) based on the Eclipse IDE. One of our problems is that there is no
clear leader in Java IDE's and we cannot produce modules for all of them...?
We may try to target the bigger ones though in the long run
Thanks for your comments,
Dr James Moores, Director, Quickstone Technologies Limited, UK.
web: www.quickstone.com phone: +44 8700 101984 fax: +44 8700 557821
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joseph Bowbeer [mailto:jozart@xxxxxxx]
> Sent: 01 May 2002 10:32
> To: Jim
> Subject: Re: JCSP Network Edition
> I think it would be nice if you produced a Forte4Java plugin
> or something
> along those lines. That is, something users could
> point-and-click in order
> to explore what JCSP has to offer, without having to know too
> many of the
> details up front.
> While you're doing the Java 1.1 port, consider a J2ME/CLDC
> port. Then your
> work would be portable to micro-Java.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jim" <jim.moores@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <java-threads@xxxxxxxxx>; <occam-com@xxxxxxxxx>
> Cc: <P.H.Welch@xxxxxxxxx>; "'Lewandowski, Andrzej'"
> Sent: Wednesday, May 01, 2002 2:04 AM
> Subject: JCSP Network Edition
> > Thanks for the background filler Peter, I was intending to
> make a follow
> > announcement in a day or two, but I may as well do this now:
> > Apologies to those who visited our web-site
> (www.quickstone.com) using
> > Netscape 4.x. You spotted our deliberate mistake. It
> should work OK now.
> > The web site will expand in content (presentations,
> tutorials, papers,
> > over the next few weeks - do check back!
> > We are trying to stay away from calling our product
> JCSP.net - hence `JCSP
> > Network Edition' descibes our product - a component of which is the
> > libraries (the other things being documentation, support
> options and so
> > This seems like a sensible way of avoiding confusion (but
> has apparently
> > already failed :)
> > Due to popular demand we will back-port JCSP Network
> Edition to Java 1.1.
> > We should be able to provide a J++/J# (Microsoft's Java IDE
> and their .NET
> > Java porting toolkit respectively) version very shortly
> derived from this.
> > We are also going to produce a native C# version for .NET.
> We aim to make
> > the Java and C#/.NET versions interoperate too (presumably
> using SOAP).
> > Lastly we are currently recruting for two positions. The
> work is based in
> > Central London, we would prefer CS graduates with some
> CSP-type exposure,
> > but these are not essential.
> > Both sales and job enquiries should be sent to
> > Thanks,
> > Jim Moores
> > --
> > Dr James Moores, Director, Quickstone Technologies Limited, UK.
> > web: www.quickstone.com Phone: +44 8700 101984 Fax: +44 8700 557821