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Re: java development on alpha

I have developped a few things on Alpha with Java.
I use the package Kaffe wich is pretty smart for practically every basic 
operation (i succesfully made a chat applet and the server)
But, i don't know if it's really java-1.1.8 compliant.
At least, it is java 1.1.2 compliant but not 1.2 compliant.
Kaffe is on one of the debian CD if i remember well.

Hope this can help and, please,  excuse my weird english.


On Wed, 14 Feb 2001, Gnana wrote:

> hi list,
> I would like to know if anyone of you are developing java applications
> on alpha-linux platform.  If yes, can you please tell me where and how
> I can get a decent version of JDK (1.1.8 atleast) that I can run on my
> potato debian-alpha box.
> I know that compaq gives JDK 1.2.2 but I don't want to try it 'cos it
> is still in beta4 stage and also they give in RPM format and so I will
> definetely have dependency problems even if i use alien.
> hope my question is clear.
> Thanks!
> -gnana
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