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Angela Antoniou, Mark Goodwin, Konrad Brunner, Steffen Menne, Nythil, Emeric Laroche and Sergey V. Udaltsov.


VNC is, in essence, a remote display system which allows you to view a computing desktop environment not only on the machine where it is running, but from anywhere on the Internet and from a wide variety of machine architectures.
I am attempting to port it to mobile phones using the J2ME API, I have decided to make this an Open Source project, and thus giving out the source code freely under the GPL.

J2ME VNC New Beta, HTTP Tunnel Support and SSH Support

Thu, 17 Feb 2005 04:48:11 GMT

First, a BIG thanks to Atsuhiko Yamanaka for both HTTP Tunneling support ( ) and SSH2 support ( ). I intend on rolling them both into the CVS soon, and creating three versions. Vanilla, HTTP and SSH2, as the application is already much larger than I would of liked, and SSH2 requires MIDP 2.
I'm going to have to brush up on my ant scripting :)


Second, I've sent the last few hours getting the basics for my new, simplified input system ready. This is due in part due to the problems people are having on BBs, and part due to the problems I'm having on my Sendo M570 (two sides of the same coin). I've also been playing with a few things so it might be fixed for the "Attribute Mismatch" bug, and the SonyEricsson k700i bug (I think it is the same bug).

I still have a lot left to do, my current plan is to add a new conf system in the about screen.

You can grab the beta (does not include either of Atsuhiko Yamanaka fantastic updates):

The input system has been greatly simplified, you now only have one input mode (rather than a "game keys" mode and a "number keys" mode.) This can be changed either in the options menu, or via the star (*) key. The four modes are:
Nav - Direction buttons (and 2,4,6,8) move the screen
Mouse - Direction buttons (and 2,4,6,8) move the mouse, fire (and 5 ) fires, GAME_A ( or #) double clicks.
SMS - Uses my bad SMS implementation
Type - Will send the chars as - is. Like Numlock mode of 3.0.4.

I've quite a bit left to do before it is finished, but I'd like to know what you all think. Is splitting the modes a Good Thing(tm)?
I would like to make it user-expandable, but doing this in a clean, and lite way is not looking hopeful.

Please send me feed back:

Thanks, Mike (0 comments)

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