armen at yawara.anime.net
Mon Apr 7 14:42:38 PDT 1997
What exactly makes a JDK 1.1 compatible Kaffe difficult to do? Is
it implementing tons of new native routines, or changing the interfaces
for existing ones?
I'm aware that most of the 1.1 features are actually implemented by Javac,
such as innerclasses and Unicode support (well I'm sure alot of that is
actually in the AWT implementation as well)
- Armen Nakashian
On Mon, 7 Apr 1997, Tim Wilkinson wrote:
> The second most popular question I get asked about Kaffe is "When will you
> move to JDK 1.1 ?" I thought I'd better let people know. I am currently
> attempting to stablise the 0.8.x version of Kaffe to be as bug free as
> possible. The idea will then be to move to JDK for Kaffe 0.9.0 onwards,
> leaving a stable reference platform for JDK 1.0.2 for those people who don't
> want to move yet.
> I'd like to get 0.8.x sorted out by the end of the month, and 0.9.0 released
> shortly afterwards so people can get to grips with it ASAP..
> Just so you know
> Tim Wilkinson Tel/Fax: +44 181 440 0658
> Kaffe Virtual Machines, Mobile: +44 370 621006
> UK. Email: tim at kaffe.org
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