Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 23rd Jan 2007 18:58 UTC, submitted by anonymous
Java IBM has released an SDK for Java 6. Product binaries are available for Linux on x86 and 64-bit AMD, and AIX for PPC for 32- and 64-bits. In addition to supporting the Java SE 6 Platform specification, the new SDK also focuses on, Data sharing between Java Virtual Machines, Enhanced diagnostics information, Operating system stack backtraces, Updated jdmpview tool, platform stability, and performance.
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no thanks
by gregorlowski on Tue 23rd Jan 2007 20:18 UTC
gregorlowski
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2006-03-20

No thanks. I just compiled the gnu classpath 0.93 generics branch the other day. For my needs, I can use that with ecj from eclipse 3.2 and jamvm or cacao to compile or run most 1.5 compatible code. Sure, if I needed to write anything that has to go into production for a client, and it needs to run on 1.5, I'd compile it with Sun's 1.5 compiler.

Otherwise, I'll hold out until Sun's GPL 1.7 stack is ready. So, no IBM, if you want me to use your SDK then you should follow Sun's example and make it free.

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