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From Tim Ellison <t.p.elli...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Which applications run using Harmony classes?
Date Fri, 10 Feb 2006 13:36:40 GMT
I did a simple test and put the results here:

but it sounds like Zoe's approach is smarter.


Upayavira wrote:
> zoe slattery wrote:
>> OK - well - here is a plan.....
>> I have these scripts in a "hacked together" state and they currently
>> rely on reading the output from -verbose:class generated by an IBM JRE.
>> Ideally I'd like them to be able to read a couple of different formats.
>> If anyone is interested in knowing if their  app would (in theory) run
>> using Harmony classes open a JIRA called "Would $my_favourite_app run on
>> Harmony?" and attach the output from "java -verbose:class
>> $my_favourite_app". If this works I can pick up the output and use it to
>> test the tool. Please would you also attach the output from "java
>> -version"? I will append (or ask someone to append) a list of missing
>> files to the JIRA.
>> When I'm happy that my scripts work and I've tidied up the code I'll
>> attach the source as a JIRA and write some instructions on how to use it.
>> FWIW in looking at Derby, it looks as though we still need SQL (could
>> have predicted that I suppose) and JNDI, but those seem to be all that
>> are missing.  I can send the list of missing classes to anyone that
>> wants to verify this - it's just slightly too long to paste into mail
> Paste it on the wiki (wiki.apache.org/harmony/). I'd be curious to see it.
> Upayavira


Tim Ellison (t.p.ellison@gmail.com)
IBM Java technology centre, UK.

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