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From Simon Pabst <>
Subject Re: javac vs. jikes (a corrected title now)
Date Thu, 17 Jul 2003 15:58:32 GMT
I tried jikes, it failed the testing though, as it produced compile errors 
for our app where javac did not.

At 11:25 17.07.2003 -0300, you wrote:

>Hi people,
>I´m configuring Tomcat on Solaris as a production system to serve one app 
>on our intranet. It really doesn´t have any static page, so we´ve decided 
>not to integrate Apache. I´ve followed some of the optimization tasks 
>suggested on tomcat docs for a production environment. One of them is to 
>substitute javac by jikes and the question is: Does it really make any 
>diff? The docs say that jikes is faster than javac and it can compile more 
>than one jsp simultaneously. Do you do this substitution? Does it really worth?
>Thanks in advance
>JR Garcia
>Jose Roberto M. Garcia          ICQ: 64364941
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