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From "John S. Churchill" <j...@churchillobjects.com>
Subject Re: compile under jdk1.1?
Date Thu, 05 Sep 2002 02:11:18 GMT
Thanks, I figured it out. I think there were about three classes that I had 
to modify without removing though. Don't ask me what they were, I'm just 
glad to move on. It appears that 1.1 apps will still be around for some 
time to come, so it's good that you are retaining 1.1 compatibility.

At 12:14 AM 9/5/2002 +0200, you wrote:

>The MDC class depends on JDK 1.2 at compile-time. At runtime, it will
>not do anything under JDK 1.1 (it won't work but it won't harm your
>application either).
>Other than that lf5, chainsaw depend on JDK 1.2 or more precisely
>swing. The TelnetAppender and JDBCAppender also depend on JDK 1.2.
>At 16:53 04.09.2002 -0500, you wrote:
>>I have a pressing need to integrate log4j into jdk 1.1, meaning that I 
>>need the source code to be compiled along with the rest of the system. 
>>(Setting a classpath or Including the precompiled class files is not an 
>>option, unfortunately.) I have been tinkering with surgically removing 
>>any java 1.1-incompatible parts, but with not a whole lot of luck - it 
>>seems that some classes are offensive to the java compiler but are 
>>required for its operation. Does anyone have a shortcut to make this 
>>work? Perhaps, a scaled-down version of log4j that I can build with java 1.1?
>TCP implementations will follow a general principle of robustness: be
>conservative in what you do, be liberal in what you accept from
>others. -- Jon Postel, RFC 793
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