GNU Java vs. Sun Java: What's the difference, what is better?
lordsauronthegreat at gmail.com
Fri Dec 22 19:59:33 UTC 2006
I perfer the Sun Java versions, because I program Java and I can't
work without generic types (JDK >=1.5) and all the GNU resources are
I also find the Sun JREs to be slightly faster, but it doesn't have as
good of integration with Linux.
On 12/22/06, Dotan Cohen <dotancohen at gmail.com> wrote:
> What are the differences between the GNU and Sun Javas? I know that
> Sun invented Java and that it was just made open source. But what I
> need to know are what are the differences from a user's perspective? I
> intend to use Java in Firefox for some university work (they are
> idiots, yes, I know, for writting in Java), and I don't know what
> else, just yet. I've two machines: a 1.3gHz AMD box with 1GB RAM and a
> 2.0gHz Intel laptop with 2GB RAM.
> Dotan Cohen
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