libgcj has some j2ee classes but not all

Brian Jones cbj@gnu.org
Thu Aug 7 03:26:00 GMT 2003


Ryan Boder <icanoop@bitwiser.org> writes:

> The workaround is OK, but inconvenient. If gcj is going to implement some of
> the j2ee API, why not all of it?

Seems more likely the problem lie in having two versions of the same
library and telling gcj which one to use is more difficult than with
say using CLASSPATH env and a traditional byte code interpreting JVM.

Brian
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