Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 7th Mar 2006 01:36 UTC, submitted by Mark Wielaard
Java GNU Classpath 0.90 "A La Mort Subite" has been released. Some highlights of this release: JTables can be rearranged and resized. Free Swing text components support highlighting and clipboard. Much improved styled text. Fast event dispatching and lower memory consumption. Better support for mixing lightweight and heavyweight components in AWT containers. GNU Crypto and Jessie cryptographic algorithms have been added providing ssl3/tls1 and https support. Unicode 4.0.0 support. GIOP and RMI stub and tie source code tools. XML validaton support for RELAX NG and W3C XML schemas. New file backend for util.prefs. Updated gnu.regexp from POSIX to util.regex syntax.
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RE[2]: mmm
by gustl on Tue 7th Mar 2006 08:13 UTC in reply to "RE: mmm"
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2006-01-19

No surprise there. Classpath is momentarily adding features, not tweaking performance and footprint.

It was the same with KDE. 2.0 was slow, 2.1 was faster, 3.0 was faster again. And the memory footprint also did not increase.

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