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From Oscar Carrillo <>
Subject Fedora (RedHat) Linux and gcj
Date Fri, 19 Dec 2003 02:43:23 GMT
I saw this in Fedora 2 release schedule.
We have set a very aggressive schedule for Fedora Core 2. Red Hat 
considers two items absolutely "stop-ship" -- that is, we will slip the 
release if necessary to include them. These two items are the 2.6 Linux 
kernel and SELinux functionality integrated into the distribution. Other 
areas of technology that the Fedora Community (Red Hat and third parties 
together) will focus on will include GNOME 2.6 (tight schedule, 
particularly dependent on Gtk+ 2.4), KDE 3.2, more Java software using gcj 
(Ant, Tomkat, Jakarta, Eclipse, but not Mozilla plugins, AWT, or Swing), 
and integrating work on other architectures (at least AMD64, and possibly 
also SPARC).

Does anyone have any ideas on Tomcat running under gcj? Does it work well 
already, and would we expect real performance benefits from it?

Since Tomcat (Tomkat) isn't spelled correctly in the release schedule, I 
don't have a lot of confidence that this means anything.


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