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From Jesse Sightler <>
Subject Re: GCJ
Date Wed, 11 Jan 2006 15:58:48 GMT
Yes, I think it would be significantly more difficult to get the whole
project to compile.  In my case, I was just running under IKVM in dynamic
mode, and using Sun's activation.jar/mail.jar for testing.  That setup
worked fairly well.

Trying to compile on top of a 100% free stack I think would still be
somewhat difficult given the limitations of GCJ at the moment.


On 1/11/06, <> wrote:
> I don't know ... I tryed to run a test client I developed using eclipse
> with axis (pretty easy). It worked over Sun's stuf but when it came
> to compile it with GCJ I started to find problems regarding the
> javax.activation package, which isn't included in gcjlib/classpath project
> and, also, refers to awt (incomplete in gcjlib/classpath).
> Ok, I'm new to axis but, what's the point in using Sun's javax.activation
> ??
> Dims, as I'm new to axis (and web services) I don't think I can help much
> with this issue although I may give it a try.
> Thanks!
> <br>
> <br>
> ----Mensaje original----<br>
> De:<br>
> Recibido: 10/01/2006 21:10<br>
> Para: <><br>
> Asunto: Re:
> GCJ<br>
> <br>
> I don't know about GCJ and the server functionality specifically, but the
> client code works nicely with GNU Classpath 0.19
> (tested under IKVM).&nbsp; I would suspect that most of Axis would work
> nicely as well.<br><br>I wouldn't recommend it without some fairly
> thorough testing, but the technology there is maturing quite rapidly.
> <br><br>-- <br>Jess<br><a href=""
> ></a><br><br><div><span
> class="gmail_quote">On 1/10/06, <b
> class="gmail_sendername">Parikh,Pratik</b>
> <<a href="">
></a>> wrote:</span><blockquote class="gmail_quote"
> style="border-left:
> 1px solid rgb(204, 204, 204); margin: 0pt 0pt 0pt 0.8ex; padding-left:
> 1ex;"><br>Hi Dims,<br><br>&nbsp;&nbsp; I would not recommend
> gcj? Since there is no support for it, and it is not perfect!
> <br><br>Thanks,<br>Parikh, Pratik | Software Engineer | Cerner Corporation
> |
> (1)-816-201-1298 | <a href="">
></a> | <a href="">www.cerner.
> com</a><br>
> <br><br>-----Original Message-----<br>From: Davanum Srinivas [mailto:<a
> href=""></a>]
> <br>Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2006 8:59 AM<br>To: <a href="mailto:
> </a>; <a href="mailto:
>"></a><br>Subject: Re: GCJ<br><br>Not
> yet. Can you please help us do it?<br><br>thanks,
> <br>dims<br><br>On 1/10/06, <a href="">
> </a> <<a href=""
> ></a>> wrote:<br>> Hi there!<br>><br>>
Are there any
> initiatives to port axis to gcjlib? Did someone manage<br>> to
> compile axis with gcj? And, if so, where can I find these libs?
> <br>><br>> Thanks in advance<br>><br>><br>>
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