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From "Sean Qiu" <sean.xx....@gmail.com>
Subject Re: EIOffice Bundle on Linux, download and test
Date Fri, 30 Nov 2007 07:56:35 GMT
Tring :)

2007/11/30, junguo pu <pojocco@gmail.com>:
>
> Hello, all
>
> We, Evermore Software Inc., provide a EIOffice Bundle on Linux, you can
> download from
> IP: ftp://218.90.147.70/4.2.1288.101EN.IH03.T1.tar.gz
> userID: EverMore-Harmony
> password:Keijweaw
>
> up bundle is based on Harmony JRE
>
> And also you can get the version based on SUN JRE at
> http://www.evermoresw.com/weben/download/eioffice_for_trial.jsp
>
> this is 30 Day Free Trail Version.
>
> So you can comapre the two different versions's performance. If EIOffice
> crash or run incorrectly, you can see the detail in log file "
> EIOfficelog.txt" at /root.
>
> EIOffice will have a default version JRE, if you install defaultly, you
> will
> find it at /usr/local/Evermore/EIOffice. You can instead of it by your own
> version. Harmony JRE default version is 26th Nov's version.
>
> Here, thanks for Harmony to give us a chance to try other VM, it tastes
> nicely, you can run the basic scenarios. New binder, type words, scroll,
> change font, slide's play, save and open, and many other operations. BE
> PATIENT, a little slowly.
>
> Although it runs okey, I think Harmony is not good as SUN JDK, such as,
> functions support (picture decode, we use it to display our beautiful ui,
> saddly, harmony let me down). You can try it yourself, and you will
> believe
> what I said.
>
> I believe Harmony will be more and more better, maybe EIOffice will do
> some
> help. But I don't think update EIOffice frequently is a good idea,
> feedback
> and discuss are needed.
>
> Jorcco Poo
> 11/30 2007
>



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Sean Qiu
http://xiaoxia.turendui.com

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