Re: Java and OpenOffice.org
Hello list. I follow up on this discussion, now as the article's been
released. Here it may be found:
I think this article is very well-written. I also am satisfied with your
quoting of me. However, the comments on NewsForge raises a question in my
head: How effective is Java components?
The comments from the readers vary between "the days of slow Java are over" to
"bloated, huge memory footstamp, buggy". I am no technical expert yet, but I
do realise the threat of OOo dependencies on Java.
Therefore, I have come to the point where I ask the ones who know the
technical details. I believe that would be the guys who hang around
I ask you kindly to estimate the effectiveness of the Java parts of the OOo
code. Are they written well, do you imagine that the use of Java has eased
the development of code, and how does the general result end up performing?
Do you furthermore believe that -- from a technical point of view -- that Java
should be used in OOo, or would/will it bloat the user's system too much?
Would any problems be helped off using GCJ rather than Sun's own environment?
Kind regards, Anders Breindahl.
On Sunday 06 March 2005 04:17, Bruce Byfield wrote:
> Anders Breindahl wrote:
> > P. S.: Bruce, would you post a link to me, when you're done with your
> > article?
> I'll write to the debian-openoffice list when it appears.
> However, in case I forget, the article is being done for Newsforge, and
> I plan on finishing it within the week. That probably means that it will
> be published in a couple of weeks.