Wed Dec 9 07:08:00 GMT 1998
Tom Tromey wrote:
> Frank> I've posted this before, but I'll do it again as a reminder.
> Frank> There are probably quite a few of us out here that have java
> Frank> apps without a gui of any kind, specifically servlets that will
> Frank> benefit BIG TIME from the work you guys are doing. And a lot of
> Frank> the classes do not need to be there since it is a servlet. Just
> Frank> a friendly reminder...
> This is the group who will benefit most directly from the initial net
> release, since we don't have AWT or Swing.
> I haven't yet looked at the servlet stuff, though it's on my list of
> things to do. I'd be curious to know what pieces of the libraries
> *are* required.
Also java.text and java.sql are important, but neither of these have
native libraries. The javax.servlet classes can be taken from the
servletrunner until someone gets around to writing a cleanroom
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