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Re: Java Policy.

On Sun, May 12, 2002 at 04:28:56PM -0700, Stephen Zander wrote:
> >>>>> "Andrew" == Andrew Pimlott <ota-31@andrew.pimlott.net> writes:
>     Andrew> To clarify, I'm talking about Java code compiled (eg, by
>     Andrew> gcj) into architecture-specific machine code.  These
>     Andrew> libraries are still meant to be used by Java code (also
>     Andrew> compiled with gcj), not C code.  So I think java should
>     Andrew> still be part of the name.
> That statement is true iff you can use the gjc produced .so files with
> kaffa/jdk/etc without *any* additional coding/configuratiojn/whatever.
> I don't think that condition is satisfiable right now.

No it's not.  But you can use the gcj produced .so files with gcj.
If I do all my Java development with gcj, Debian packages containing
Java libraries compiled to .so's are very useful to me.


PS.  s/gjc/gcj/g  ;-)

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