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From Matt Hogstrom <m...@hogstrom.org>
Subject Re: Trifork CORBA
Date Thu, 27 Oct 2005 19:07:42 GMT
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I think for those platforms you mention below the IBM is the only JDK to choose 
from.  Although, on Windows and Linux its a pretty good choice too :)

Have you fired G up on JRockit yet?  I'd be curious to compare performance data.

Cheers.

Andy Piper wrote:
> Somehow my spam filter removed your original e-mail
> 
> At 07:09 PM 10/26/2005, Rick McGuire wrote:
> 
>>> Actually, then don't.  The IBM JVM certainly doesn't, and I don't 
>>> believe JRocket does either.  And it is
> 
> 
> JRockit uses the Sun ORB. The IBM VM is the notable exception I referred 
> to. That's why I asked why it was critical. Seems its only critical if 
> you want to run on AIX or OS/390, but then I guess some do ...
> 
> andy
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