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From Arnaud Mergey <arnaud.mer...@oracle.com>
Subject Re: AW: Using Trinidad under Java 1.4?
Date Wed, 25 Apr 2007 08:29:17 GMT
Hi Matthias

I have created a page in the wiki,
I hope it is in the right place

Arnaud

Matthias Wessendorf wrote:
> Arnaud,
>
> this has been asked sometimes before, can you try to add some infos on 
> the wiki ?
>
> Thx,
> Matthias
>
> On 4/24/07, * Arnaud Mergey* <arnaud.mergey@oracle.com 
> <mailto:arnaud.mergey@oracle.com>> wrote:
>
>     Hi,
>
>     Retroweaver weave the bytecode and replace automatically specific
>     java 1.5 API by backported API. for ConcurrentHashMap retroweaver
>     replace java.util.concurrent by util.concurrent backport wich is
>     provided with retroweaver, so if you "retroweave" trinidad you
>     need to put in your classpath runtime jar of retroweaver
>     backport-util-concurrent.jar and the class provided in my mail.
>
>     regards,
>     Arnaud
>
>
>     Böhringer Jochen wrote:
>>     Hello Arnaud,
>>
>>     Thanks for this hint!
>>     I am a bit confused because of Adam Winer writing that Trinidad uses some Java5
specific APIs. I think Retroweaver does not provide these specific APIs (like ConcurrentHashMap).
>>
>>     But you wrote it works for you, so I think you have done a build.
>>     Would you provide me that build?
>>
>>     Best regards
>>     Jochen
>>     ________________________________________
>>     Von: Arnaud Mergey [
>>     mailto:arnaud.mergey@oracle.com] 
>>     Hi, 
>>
>>     retroweaver works with trinidad, but you need to put this class in your classpath
>>
>>     Gary VanMatre wrote: 
>>     From: Böhringer Jochen 
>>     <Jochen.Boehringer@tcc-products.de> <mailto:Jochen.Boehringer@tcc-products.de>

>>
>>     Hello, 
>>
>>     I am doing some research for a new project. It is a web application whose user

>>     interface should be programmed using JSF. The application server we are running

>>
>>     in the target environment is WebSphere Application Server 5.1. 
>>     Unfortunately the latest JDK supported by this WebSphere version is 1.4.2 :-(

>>
>>     The installation instructions of Trinidad do note Java 5 as a dependency. 
>>
>>     So is this a showstopper for Trinidad in this project? Perhaps the only 1.5 
>>     features used are generics and these can also be interpreted by a 1.4 jdk on

>>     bytecodelevel... 
>>
>>     I have used Trinidad in other projects and would really like to use it again...

>>
>>
>>     So my question in one sentence: Is it possible to run Trinidad on a 1.4 JDK with

>>     small amount of adaptation or should I stop thinking about it immediately? 
>>
>>         
>>
>>     Maybe retroweaver would work?
>>
>>
>>     http://retroweaver.sourceforge.net/overview.html
>>
>>      
>>       
>>     Best regards, 
>>     Jochen 
>>
>>
>>         
>>
>>     Gary
>>
>>       
>>
>>       
>
>
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