Linked by martini on Wed 29th Jun 2011 09:50 UTC
OS/2 and eComStation OpenJDK had been released as GA for OS/2 and eComStaion. This allows eCS-OS2 users to run modern Java apps on their platform. The development is open source and had been in part sponsored by donations of the community.
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RE[2]: Java apps?
by noisedeli on Wed 29th Jun 2011 16:28 UTC in reply to "RE: Java apps?"
noisedeli
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2011-06-29

Is OpenOffice written in Java? I thought it was written in C++.

And I don't agree that Eclipse is slow. I use it as my primary IDE (even for non-Java development) and love it. No, it won't set any speed records, but what IDE does when you include all of its plugins?

Regarding the subject of the article: I loved OS/2 way back, and still have copies of Connect and Warp lying around. Maybe I'll set them up again and install Java.

Nah...

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