Date: 2008-04-18 04:46:23 -0700 (Fri, 18 Apr 2008)
Too should be to *blush*
Modified: branches/linuxport/XBMC/tools/EventClients/Clients/J2ME Client/README
--- branches/linuxport/XBMC/tools/EventClients/Clients/J2ME Client/README 2008-04-18 09:00:28 UTC (rev 12726)
+++ branches/linuxport/XBMC/tools/EventClients/Clients/J2ME Client/README 2008-04-18 11:46:23 UTC (rev 12727)
@@ -3,12 +3,12 @@
The client will also need bluetooth and must be able to initialize the connection.
2. Compiling the client
-Too compile the J2ME Application some libraries are needed:
+To compile the J2ME Application some libraries are needed:
*Suns Wireless Toolkit
-Before it can be compiled the link too Suns Wireless Toolkit are needed and are in build.xml
-under <property name="WTK" value=""> where the value should be the path too the toolkit.
+Before it can be compiled the link to Suns Wireless Toolkit are needed and are in build.xml
+under <property name="WTK" value=""> where the value should be the path to the toolkit.
When compiling in ubuntu all that is needed are the following command
The final jar file will end up in build/release/
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@
and reflects that of build/release/XBMCRemote.jar
3. Pre Usage
-Too use the EventClient you'll need too run the EventClient on a computer by:
+To use the EventClient you'll need to run the EventClient on a computer by:
# python XBMCJ2ME.py
It depends on Pybluez (http://org.csail.mit.edu/pybluez/) and is available in repository
# sudo apt-get install python-bluetooth
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