Chris Marston deusx at lands.ab.ca
Thu Mar 13 10:21:38 PST 1997

Actually, I've heard that Java is incredibly easy to decompile. The method
and object variable names are also preserved. The same tricks used to
render Java *.class files unreadable to the common decompiler also work on
source code.

Cheers, Chris
aka 'The guy who runs that weird yet strangely cool web page development house,  DOA Web'
DOA Web == http://www.albertashop.com/Barrhead/DOA/index.html
Geek Code ->  http://www.albertashop.com/Barrhead/DOA/geek.html

If it twitches, it's not DOA.(tm)

On Thu, 13 Mar 1997, Dr S.J. Zara wrote:

> On Thu, 13 Mar 1997, Tony Kimball wrote:
> > Quoth lucid at secret.org on Wed, 12 March:
> > : I need cross platform, GUI, and networking... Java is the only thing that
> > : really fits the bill right now. 
> > 
> > C/C++ with TK GUI and BSD socket network API runs everywhere.
> > 
> No it doesn't!  What about the Endian problem?
> Also, you would have to give out the source code.
> Steve

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