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Blog Archive for robogeek during October 2008

I've been thinking about this a bit recently and a comment on the javaposse google group tipped me into blogging mode. While discussing the recent shipping of JDK 6u10 Reinier Zwitserloot said On windows, and on linux, there is no java at all. It has to be installed separately. This is supremely annoying. There are odds the linux user has e.g. debian/ubuntu openjdk-6 installed, and on windows...
We finally know the value for N in the equation 6uN .. N = 10. A set of slides have been posted discussing what's new. This release started out as Consumer JRE and became more, and more, and more, etc.. It's a relief to have this out in the public. The DLJ bundles for 6u10 are also available. What does this mean? It means that client side Java has been getting some long long long needed...