Re: Microsoft Java
- --- In pcgen@y..., "Mike Boozer" <longlife@a...> wrote:
> Windows XP has version 1.3.0_01 of Java. Whether one really needsthe
> anything newer seems nearly useless, aye? Or should I update it to
> highest from M$'s site?Hmm. Seems my information is outdated (as well as that on
But, no, if it's 1.3.0_01 it should do nicely. There have been a few
bug fixes to 1.3.1, but none are really critical.
- This is Sun java though, not MS Java.
MS is no longer legally allowed to make a different version
--- Mike Boozer <longlife@...> wrote:
> Windows XP has version 1.3.0_01 of Java. Whether one<http://rd.yahoo.com/M=201903.1435627.3015748.304267/D=egroupmail/S=1700
> really needs
> anything newer seems nearly useless, aye? Or should I
> update it to the
> highest from M$'s site?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: pjak@... [mailto:pjak@...]
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> Subject: [pcgen] Re: Microsoft Java
> --- In pcgen@y..., "Jaelyn" <JSBanks@a...> wrote:
> > Can anyone point me to the Microsoft version of Java
> rather than
> > Sun one?
> Unfortunately, for way too boring reasons, the Windows one
> will never
> work, as Microsoft can't update it beyond JDK 1.1.4.
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