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From Jeremy Huiskamp <jhuis...@uoguelph.ca>
Subject java.sql.* (was: Re: Which applications run using Harmony classes?)
Date Fri, 10 Feb 2006 18:02:09 GMT
Would I be correct in assuming that the majority of java.sql would be  
trivial to implement by reading the javadocs (everything except  
DriverManager)?  I can take a whack at the low hanging fruit this  


On 10-Feb-06, at 12:05 PM, zoe slattery wrote:

> 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.
> Done - at the end of Tim's Apache Derby page: http:// 
> wiki.apache.org/harmony/Apache_Derby
>> Upayavira

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