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Michael Feldman <[log in to unmask]>
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>The Inmet/Aonix Java back end (AppletMagic, ObjectAda) _still_
>depends on version k.l.m of the Java virtual machine. So for this
>to work even minimally, Inmet/Aonix wkill have to commit to
>keeping the back end up to date. And even if they do _that_,
>there is still the question of the Java _libraries_, which
>even the Java folks cannot agree on (see above).
>


I don't think this is accurate.  I've executed the output of this compiler
on quite a few JVM's in various versions without problems.

If you're talking about the core API's (ie what comes with the JDK), you can
use either the JDK 1.0 API's with what we're shipping, or the JDK 1.1 API's
with the bindings we have on our web site, provided you use the correct
version of classes.zip or rt.jar for the corresponding major version of the
JDK (i.e. 1.0 or 1.1).  We intend to update the bindings again next spring
when JDK 1.2 becomes available.

As far as the various higher-level libraries, like AFC, Swing etc, that
remains to be seen for now.

- Ed Falis
Aonix

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