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Re: Is it time to remove sun-java6?

On 10.10.2009 13:43, Sam Morris wrote:
On Sat, 10 Oct 2009 11:14:20 +0000, Sam Morris wrote:

On Thu, 08 Oct 2009 11:44:21 -0400, Barry deFreese wrote:
There has also been some similar discussions in Ubuntu with some users
reporting that some web sites and packages don't work with openjdk but
I have not seen a lot of concrete proof.

Last time I tried the Java Climate Model (which can be found at http://
www.climate.be/jcm) it failed to work with openjdk.

Ok, I tried it again and it seems to work fine! Great!

The menus and tabs are a bit screwed up in the (default) GTK+ look-and-
feel, but that's never really 100% worked even with Sun's official Java

I just rememberd another thing that didn't work with openjdk... WebSDR, a
software radio reciever<http://www.websdr.org/>.

Unfortunately I can't test this at the moment (audio in my VirtualBox
system decided to stop working), so I'd be greatful if you could take a
look. If you go to http://websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901/ and drag the yellow
bar under the waterfall displays around, you should hear the sounds of a
radio 'tuning'.

please recheck with openjdk-6 once it's rebuilt against xulrunner- If the problem persists, please file a bug report, both on Debian and IcedTea.

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