Anyone using single source for J# and java? - 08-16-2005 , 09:02 AM
We're about to try getting our java source to compile under J# (.net
2.0 only). We presently build under jdk 1.3.
And it's critical for us that we remain with a single code base.
Has anyone here done this? And if so, any words of wisdom?
thanks - dave
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RE: Anyone using single source for J# and java? - 08-16-2005 , 02:11 PM
Dear David Thielen,
If you are using plain Java functionality based on Java 1.1.4 along with
Swing, then there should not be a problem.
Here is a discussion that should help you:
If you are using features of core Java 1.3 that are not Swing or already
included in Java 1.1.4, then you might have to write those functions yourself.
Sushovan, a crazy junior
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