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=== Roadmap ===
=== Roadmap ===
* [[DSDP/TML/roadmap_2008_draft|TmL Roadmap 2008 Draft]]
* [[DSDP/TML/roadmap_2008_2009|TmL Roadmap 2008-2009]]
* [[DSDP/TML/Roadmap2007|TmL Roadmap 2007-2008]]
* [[DSDP/TML/Roadmap2007|TmL Roadmap 2007-2008]]

Revision as of 19:01, 12 August 2008


TmL- Tools for Mobile Linux Project - Wiki Page


The Tools for mobile Linux (TmL) project intends to eventually address the complete application development cycle, the initial scope comprises support to multiple build targets, construction of a device emulator framework, and a simulated end-to-end environment to test enterprise applications. See TmL Project Page

Development Resources

Related sites

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Phone Meetings



Component Description Owner Wiki
TmL General This section comprises:
  • The common framework that contains the base implementaion of all TmL plugins. It is responsible for log, exception, icon registry and internationalization.
  • The common task does not address to specific components.
Fábio Fantato Status
TmL Device framework This component contains the support to Devices and Services plugins Otávio Ferranti Status
TmL VNC Component This component contains the support to VNC protocol. It contains an standalone library and plugins to use this library in a SWT viewer. This component requires TmL Protocol to run correctly. Daniel Franco Status
TmL Protocol Component This component contains the extensible support to protocol. Daniel Franco Status
TmL Simulated End2End Environment This component provide an environment to integrate and test mobile enterprise applications Fábio Fantato Status
TmL Device Proxy This component provide an Device Proxy support Fábio Fantato and Daniel Franco Status

Document section




  • To see how to run a first demo of TmL using the latest code in CVS, click here


Incubation releases

Summaries and Archives

  • Click here to see summary of contributions and old files in archive

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