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itools



Joined: 13/04/2007 15:32:33
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I'm having a lot of problems with Jaikoz on my Macintosh, and am wondering if maybe Java is to blame. My understanding is that Apple has poor support for Java.

Maybe I would be better off with Jaikoz on Linux or Windows, assuming they have a more robust Java implementation.

What's the best OS and Java implementation to run Jaikoz at the moment ?

Thanks

mark
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Joined: 21/08/2006 09:21:27
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itools wrote:
I'm having a lot of problems with Jaikoz on my Macintosh, and am wondering if maybe Java is to blame. My understanding is that Apple has poor support for Java.

Maybe I would be better off with Jaikoz on Linux or Windows, assuming they have a more robust Java implementation.

What's the best OS and Java implementation to run Jaikoz at the moment ?

Thanks

mark 

Functionality wise Jaikoz works the same for all three platforms. However when the Java User Interface for developed, I think it was developed with Windows and Linux in mind, as a result it is a little easier to make a Java application look native on Windows/Linux than on OSX. Java for Windows and Linux is written by SUN, whereas the OSX version is ported from the Linux version by Apple, because Apple have a closed bug database its support for the Apple version is quite not as good.

Jaikoz is not bug free (although I try hard to make it so) so without knowing what problems you are having it is difficult for me to know if a different implementation will solve your problem.

thanks Paul (Administrator)
 
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