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From Peter Lin <wool...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: adding features to Status servlet
Date Tue, 04 Jan 2005 05:14:01 GMT
hehe, well if it was just a simple JNI calling sysinfo, I would agree
it would have limited lifespan. But considering how slow some people
move, it would last atleast 3-4 years, which is still useful in my
mind.

given that mladen is working on apr-java, I would say it is more
useful and would have a significantly longer lifespan. everything has
a life span, but if it is useful, than i feel it's worth while. plus
it's my own time, so not like anyone else is going to care if it only
lasts for 2-4 years. I much rather have the option of using it with
jdk1.4 and across all VM's than simply relying on Sun's jdk5.

peter


On Tue, 4 Jan 2005 04:46:48 +0000 (UTC), Kevin Offet
<kevinoffet@kaligin.com> wrote:
> Peter Lin <woolfel <at> gmail.com> writes:
> 
> >
> > right it is available in JDK5, but not everyone can use jdk5 :(
> >
> > I know plenty of people who are still using jdk1.3.1 and plenty are
> > just moving to jdk1.4.2 now.
> >
> > many of the features are available in jdk5, but I believe what mladen
> > is working on is beyond what jdk5 provides. I've only looked at some
> > of the new features in jdk5. I guess i could target jdk5, but it would
> > be nice to have a solution that can work with jdk1.4.2.
> >
> > peter
> >
> 
> if it were only a matter of which version of jdk one uses, i'd say that you were
> proposing a solution that would have a limited lifetime. [as an aside -
> monitoring features could be a strong motivation for people to upgrade, which
> would be a good thing ;-) ]
> 
> but having a solution independent of any one VM (sun/ibm/whoever) or version is
> the best.
> 
> i do have a cold, but that is no excuse for being too fast of fingers and too
> slow  of brain.
> ;-)
> 
> i've been lurking the list for a while now and just itching to find some place
> where i might be able to help. so if you find you could use a little help,
> please drop me a note.
> 
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