icedtea on production
listas at enelserver.com
Fri Dec 21 08:21:22 PST 2007
> Leonel Nunez writes:
> > > Leonel Nunez writes:
> > > > Hello :
> > > >
> > > > Is icedtea ready for production
> > >
> > > IcedTea is derived from OpenJDK, Sun's open-source implementation of
> > > the Java SE platform. At this time the build from which IcedTea was
> > > constructed corresponds to an early build of JDK 7. When JDK 7
> > > is complete it will implement the Java SE 7 Platform Specification.
> > > Work on that specification is underway, but far from final. Any APIs
> > > in the JDK 7 implementation, whether new or old, are therefore
> > > to minor adjustments, major revisions, or even outright removal
> > > between now and the time that the Java SE 7 Platform Specification is
> > > finalized. Please take these facts into account before depending
> > > IcedTea.
> > So as long as I use only the current features JDK6 there won't be any
> > changes except for the binary blogs changes made I assume there won't
> > problems.
> OpenJDK is not compatible with JDK 6. A version that is compatible
> with JDK 6 has been proposed by Joe.Darcy at Sun.COM, and will be
> forthcoming next year.
> > > > or any brave icedtea fan using it in production ??
> > >
> > > IcedTea is in F8, and I don't doubt some brave souls will use F8 for
> > > that.
> > so there are not security updates for iced tea yet ??
> > I mean any security bug found in SUN's jdk and gets patched, that
> > patch will make it to icedtea ?
> We are continuously updating IcedTea from OpenJDK. If someone brings
> a bug to our attention we'll try to get a fix in, but we're not going
> to guarantee anything. Really, if you care about security updates you
> don't want something as bleeding-edge as this.
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