ok, whatever... I am sure there have been ways to run Java apps in
Brew for some years in the dev circles.
...but never for the lambda end-user, and never advertised the way AU
is doing it this time.
So my question is What does it mean for us end-users. Do you think it
will allow all of us to suddenly run any Java app or will they need to
be authorized in any way etc...
On 1/21/07, Curt Sampson <cjs_at_cynic.net> wrote:
> On Sat, 20 Jan 2007, Paul Baron wrote:
> > It seems that AU offers in its spring collection a little brew app
> > that allows people to read Java apps within the brew environment. (if
> > I am not mistaken)
> > Is that correct?
> There have been Java environments running on top of BREW for some years
> now; it was probably one of the first applications that people thought of.
> And yes, I have heard noises that AU is bringing back Java.
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Received on Mon Jan 22 06:22:11 2007