|Subject||AW: Interclient firebird commits and new Inrpise 2.0 changes|
> Date: Mon, 4 Sep 2000 17:01:24 +0200Hmm no, how CAN he use JBuilder 3.0, I just found it virtually imposible until
> From: Torsten Welches <torsten.welches@...>
> Subject: AW: Interclient firebird commits and new Inrpise 2.0 changes
> Did you note that Shaunak is using old development tools for it:
> JBuilder 3.0, Delphi2.0(!) ... weird
3.5 came out and even now I still need to run it under the IBM jdk to get some
speed (the sideeffect of a backspace generating "two" backspaces is something
I've almost learnt to live with). I hear 4.0 runs using the IBM jdk. Of course
now I have to wonder if I need to switch to Sun's netbeans ;-), but it's still
too slow for my liking.
>It's a funny sort of silence thing, "abandonware" comes to mind, but it's nice
> I don't want to cast anything on the people involved
> Of cause you are right. Shaunak was always willing to cooperate.
> Yes, obviously it's an Inprise thing.
that Shaunak was talking.
>Delete em, the CVS tree just puts them in the Attic directory.
> Yep sounds good point to work on.
> Should I just go ahead and delete the unnecessary files/folders or does
> sourceforge offer something for archiving?
On this do what you think best for the source. I've used CVS quite a lot, and
have put back together CVS trees that have been carted of to another country for
a year. So whatever happens here with the CVS trees I can't see it being a big
problem to merge the changes from one back into the other at a later date. I
think that will happen, but exactly when - who knows. Also until then we have a
public record of the stuff.
And some of the stuff like the obscureClasses stuff is now just crying out to be
Also a little trick for unix compiles (in case your not unixy - it also works
with cygwin32 bash shell for PC people).
javac -d ../classes `find . -name '*.java' -print`
(the outside quotes being backquotes and the inside ones being normal quotes).
Is a nice quick and cheap way to get all the java files in all subdirectories on
the command line.
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