Thu, 19 Jul 2001 16:20:58 -0700 (PDT)
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I now have some new updates to make to that file:
* The Makefile now defaults to "javac" instead of "jikes" for compilation
(everyone with a Java SDK installed javac, but very few people have the
super-fast jikes compiler).
* The Makefile wraps all of the java code into a *.JAR archive for easy
* The sample HTML file points to the jar file.
* A readme file that explains building, deploying, and using the
applet, as well as high-level descriptions of the Java classes, with
lower-level JavaDocs on the way.
Pedro/Peter (which do you perfer?), should I send these changes your
way? Should I add these to cvs (assuming I have access)? Should I spam
them to the list? Should I sit on them and wait until later? Should I
simply learn to stop worrying and learn to love finding kitten?
On Thu, 19 Jul 2001, Peter A. Peterson II wrote:
> Please try it out.
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