I am making an application for blackberries and wanted to make use of touch capabilities on touch capable phones. Is there a way to do this without making two separate projects (like I would in c with preprocessors that check the compiler)?

An idea of what I'm trying to do would be like(if it were in C):

#ifdef RIM_JRE_5.0
//some touch sensitive code
#endif
#ifdef RIM_JRE_4.3
//some plain old buttons code
#endif

I was able to find something like this here:http://www.slashdev.ca/javapp/ but I was wondering if there was a way to do it natively
and I'm not sure if that project is able to detect the jre

Re: Different build questions with j2me/rim api 80 80

Seems that since version 4.0 rapc natively supports, weird that it didn't come up on any searches, I only found it through the bb-ant-tools docs (http://bb-ant-tools.sourceforge.net/docs#preproc). Maybe because I was searching for a preprocessor for a jre and not specifically rapc.

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