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From "otisg" <>
Subject RE: Minimum JDK version for HttpClient
Date Thu, 28 Mar 2002 16:32:34 GMT
There is also a HTTPClient library at somewhere that
probably works with JDK 1.2.2 that you may want to use, instead of
hacking Jakarta's HTTP Client to support that version of JDK.

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<-----Original Message----->
> From:
> Sent: 3/28/2002 12:12:47 PM
> To:
> Subject: RE: Minimum JDK version for HttpClient
> Hello,
> JDK1.2.2 is old and is not worth supporting, but the new 
> GCJ3.0 and J2ME ( 
> The statement above gives me the impression that the author is working
in an
> environment where he can set the platform (development and/or
> defaults himself. I'm working for a company where I can't make the
> on what tools to use and on what versions of JDK etc to deploy.
> would have been a good candidate for integration in one of our
products, but
> if JDK 1.2 is not supported, we can't use it since our development
tool at
> the moment is VisualAge for Java 4.0 (which only supports JDK 1.2). If
> two mentioned methods are the only methods that are not in a 1.2 JDK,
> it be that hard to make us, people that are stuck at 1.2, happy by
> this?
> Cheers,
> Ringo
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