I was looking for a scripting language for my apps, and I have come across Hecl and found it interesting to experiment with. However, I couldn't (or, actually wouldn't) use it in my project unless it was a properly mavenized library. So I went and moved the project to Gradle. It worked fine, but in doing so I have discarded everything that is JavaME related, thinking that it was an ancient and archaic now useless tech, effectively making my version of Hecl to only work on JavaSE and Android.
I am fine with this, and I was about to publish the project on GitHub, however, I saw that the JavaME side of Hecl could be important for some people, and probably I should've taken care to try to port it too.
What do you think about this? How safe was my assumption of JavaME being irrelevant? Would it be a real flaw for Hecl to be deprived of it's ME part? Can I publish the project and be sure that I did not kill anything important, or should I take care to make it a Gradle multiproject with possible support for JavaME too?