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J2SE

.code { margin: 0.5em 1em; padding: 0.5em; border: thin solid black; background-color: #eee; color: #0000ff; } It has taken me a while to get into java 5 annotations. The reason partly was how late java 5 distributions arrived to the macosx platform (and it's still not the default version). About six months ago this stopped being an issue for me as i am now developing on...
on Nov 24, 2005
With 2604 classes in J2SE v1.4.2_05, one could say that J2SE is a large API. I mean, compared to other APIs, such as dom4j (153 classes) and hibernate (466 classes), J2SE is large. Of course, you'll argue: "this is not a fair comparison: J2SE is an aglomeration of multiple APIs, packaged together as one large bundle." One should instead compare dom4j and hibernate with APIs such as jdbc,...
on Jul 6, 2004