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From Geir Magnusson Jr <g...@pobox.com>
Subject Re: [general] contribution of Java management console
Date Wed, 09 Aug 2006 00:44:34 GMT

Geir Magnusson Jr wrote:
> Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:
>> Alexei Zakharov wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> Sorry for disturbing you again :) but I'd like to announce another
>>> code contribution on behalf of Intel. This the independent
>>> implementation of Java management console. RI has a built-in console
>>> called "jconsole" [1]. BEA has proprietary "JRockit Management
>> Awesome!!! I love it. An eclipse plugin makes *way* more sense than
>> separate swing app.
> I have to admit I don't understand that logic completely.  I can run a
> swing app if I have java.  For an eclipse plug in I need eclipse too..
> .anyway, I'm really happy this made it here too.
>> Now I wonder, should this be shipped with harmony or should we make it
>> available as another tool?
>> Either way, I'm already +1 on accepting the patch because it would boost
>> the work on the java.lang.management.
>> Since this tool is dependent on nothing that is harmony specific, I
>> think it might be worthwhile starting up as a separate subproject
>> supervised by harmony... but I'm not sure this is kosher with the
>> current incubation guidelines.
> For now, I think the prudent thing is to just get it into SVN, make it
> clear how to use it, and answer this question in a few months time.

To refine this answer a little - I believe that the goals of making it
visible, usable, documented, available as a binary in our HDK/JRE are
easily achievable w/o having to formally decide on 'subprojectness', if
you catch my drift.


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