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As we believe it is important that the Java platform not be fragmented,
libgcj try to conform to the relevant Java
specifications. However, limited manpower and incomplete and unclear
documentation work against us. So, there are caveats to using
This list of compatibility issues is by no means complete.
gcjimplements the JDK 1.1 language. It supports inner classes, though these are known to still be buggy. It does not yet support the Java 2
strictfpkeyword (it recognizes the keyword but ignores it).
libgcjis largely compatible with the JDK 1.2 libraries. However,
libgcjis missing many packages, most notably
java.awt. There are also individual missing classes and methods. We currently do not have a list showing differences between
libgcjand the Java 2 platform.
libgcjimplementation of a method or class differs from the JDK implementation. This is not always a bug. Still, if it affects you, it probably makes sense to report it so that we can discuss the appropriate response.
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