Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 9th Jan 2006 11:00 UTC, submitted by anonymous
Java "Classpath hit 98% of 1.4 [yesterday], and I think we'll see another big bump tomorrow since the XMLEncoder patch went in [yesterday]. I think we're in the 90s against 1.5, though it is hard to say since there hasn't been a branch merge in quite a while. Of course, japi isn't the final word on how we're doing, which is why Mark is going to talk about this at FOSDEM. The coming year looks as though it will be a very good one for gcj and Classpath. I think we'll finish 1.5."
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RE: Good work
by Sodki on Mon 9th Jan 2006 14:32 UTC in reply to "Good work"
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For me, the major advantage of Classpath, apart from the ideology, is the cross-platform capability. The philosophy of Java is nice - compile once, run anywhere, but really, there is no support from Sun to have Java running on less known architectures. Linux/PPC, for example, is one of them.

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