java for current
chuckr at chuckr.org
Thu May 8 16:26:34 UTC 2008
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Ernst de Haan wrote:
> If a binary package is OK for you, then try the native JDK 1.5:
> PS: 1.2 or more recent?! That's not old, that's ancient :) 1.5 has already
> entered it's transitional EOL period.
( Be careful, top posting has seen several folks getting yelled at on these
lists. Anyhow, I run 8.0-current, and remember how the threading was swapped
out a few months back? Will that pointer do (any of the images on that page)
for a system that runs native? I'd sure be pleased to note that, but I'm a bit
> 2008/5/7 Chuck Robey <chuckr at chuckr.org>:
> Excuse me, I suddenly would like to get myself a working recent java on
> but I know that it's always been a bit of a moving target. Anything 1.2
> or more
> recent would do (the more recent the better), could I please get a name of
> of the java flavors that builds as of today on FreeBSD-current? I won't
> go to
> pieces on you if things suddenly break, but I would rather not build
> trying to get one Java up and running. I know I'd rather it was the
> native version, but I could accept anything at all, really, Sun, Linux
> Thanks for the advice.
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