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From "Rony G. Flatscher (Apache)" <r...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Request for TCK for JSR 223 (Java 1.6 'javax.script')
Date Wed, 25 Mar 2009 13:51:49 GMT
Hi Geir,

this is a follow-up from a post back in 2007-11-16.

Reason being, that today I just stumbled over the page at:
where in the bottom half it reads w.r.t. TCK-223:

    /"Reference Implementation and Technology Compatibility Kit:

        * Reference Implementation:
        * The standalone TCK is available to Java SE platform licensees
    through the Java Partner Engineering web site:

          The TCK will be available to Qualified Not-for-Profits and
    Qualified Individuals for no charge as per Section 5.F.III of the
    JSPA 2. Details on the Compatibility Testing Scholarship Program can
    be found at http://java.sun.com/scholarship/."

So, would you think that it would be possible to get the TCK-223 from
Sun? It would be most welcome, as a new version of BSF-3 (a.k.a.
"javax.script") is about to be made available and it would be great, if
we would be able to run the TCK-223 against it.



Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote:
> Acknowledged.
> My only concern is that there isn't an independent TCK for it if it's
> part of Java 6.  I'll find out.
> geir
> On Nov 16, 2007, at 1:07 AM, Rony G. Flatscher (Apache) wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> Jakarta BSF 3.0 (in beta2 right now) is an implementation of the JSR-223
>> ("Java scripting"). BSF 3.0 is an opensource implementation and allows
>> employing 1.6 style scripting on Java 1.4 and Java 1.5.
>> In order to test the implementation for full compatibility with JSR-223
>> the respective TCK would be needed from Sun.
>> Therefore I kindly request the Apache responsible person(s) to request
>> that TCK from Sun!
>> Regards,
>> ---rony

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