fnasser at redhat.com
Thu Jul 20 19:09:38 UTC 2006
Java s not a language. I wish sometimes the language part of it had
been called J# or something like that.
Java is an architecture that includes distributed components and several
things like that. More to the level of CORBA and, excuse me for the
So, it is not a language like Perl or Python but a complete subsystem.
Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
>>>>>> "AG" == Anthony Green <green at redhat.com> writes:
> AG> Is it really ok to use Development/Libraries/Java?
> We (ultimately the packaging committee and then the various other
> committees but currently everyone) need to figure out what to do here.
> There are many more groups used by Core than have been permitted in
> Extras; I personally think the Extras list is way too small but I'm
> not sure if Java should get its own package group. Would we have
> separate groups for the other languages? (There are several hundred
> Perl modules in Extras alone.)
> - J<
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