jdk6u1 b01 ea source and binaries is available for download.
> Hm, it doesn't seem to be targeted to u1 (or any
> update release for that matter).
Well a bit sad since Dolphin already contains the fix and it currently forces us to disable tray support under Linux.
I am not an engineer but I guess theres no large danger of breaking other things? A putback into u02 or u03 would be great ;)
Btw. Thanks a lot for java-6, it works like charm (we already require it for one of our products ;) ), its fast and stable. Wonderful job :-)
could you post the summary of changes in jdk6u1 ea b01?
Here you go:
Accessible from this page:
I hope this will make it in soon: http://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=6448876
Hm, it doesn't seem to be targeted to u1 (or any update release for that matter).
Any chance this bug is getting fixed:
It really gets our users disorientated when moving columns around.
I would suggest to leave your comments on the bug's page and let the responsible engineer know that this is a problem, and why you think it should be fixed soon.
Typically only severe bugs get fixed in update releases.
Bug: 6494357 (aka Bug ID:2143955) is reported as being fixed and closed in 6u1_b01.
I'm sorry to say that it has *NOT* been fixed.
Please reopen this bug.
It looks as though the forums have been restored from a couple of days ago and that some postings have been lost.
For anyone following this thread, funchung suggested a different test and that showed that the bug 6494357 (aka Bug ID:2143955) has actually been fixed. So, apologies for my alarmist reaction.
That being the case though suggests that my original test has uncovered a different bug related to the "CD installation" of Web Start applications, that is importing the app with an alternative codebase.
I find that, under Java 6, when launched these applications "request to go online". If I'm online, they then download the entire application. If I'm offline, they fail complaining that they cannot load, as a resource, the JNLP file. It's as though the CD installed JNLP file isn't recognised.
See bug: 6507009
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