lnunez at gmail.com
Tue Oct 30 18:14:48 PDT 2007
On Oct 31, 2007 5:27 PM, Mario Torre <neugens at limasoftware.net> wrote:
> Il giorno lun, 29/10/2007 alle 12.19 +0000, Andrew Haley ha scritto:
> > Security updates are more a matter for the distros than for IcedTea
> > itself, which is distributed as source. I'm sure that Fedora will
> > handle security updates to IcedTea in just the same way as security
> > updates to anything else. Bear in mind that IcedTea has not been
> > tested for Java compatibility.
> I would also add that IcedTea is based on a not finalized version of
> OpenJDK. This means that even if IcedTea is shown to be 100% compatible
> with OpenJDK, the API can change at any update, so I suggest to not rely
> on 1.7 methods and features.
Let me be be more clear
I know icedtea is not yet complete as a 1.7 but is 1.6
the security updates and updates in general are handled as any
other project as apache httpd server to mention one, I mean there are
security updates ?? . and is icedtea ready for production with 1.6
This is because I have a project comming and I'd like to use icedtea
and of course send patches if I found any bug I can fix.
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