[jsword-devel] JSword for the masses (Part 2)
11 Oct 2002 08:32:14 +0100
JSword *shouldn't* be tied to 1.4 - I'm told it should be easy to get
working on 1.2.x, so perhaps I'll have a look at that. This is
something people shoild bear in mind when coding / testing - if poss.
run a test on 1.2 before you do a CVS check-in, that way things don't
get too broken.
On Fri, 2002-10-11 at 05:14, nicc-lists email addy wrote:
> just a quick note:
> tried on mac OS X (10.2.1), and discovered to my great shock and horror
> that apple are still only up to java 1.3.1! hence it fails your test
> for v1.4+ ... oh well... shall probably look into trying to upgrade
> via a non-apple source later today, but I'm not getting my hopes up...
> :( so much for sun and apple having a _very_ close relationship...
> and for java to be the 2nd language of choice on OS X... :(
> oh, tried to compile the cvs version about a week ago, and died...
> probably for the same reasons... so back to diatheke for me... :)
> nic... :)
> On Tuesday, Oct 8, 2002, at 09:39 Australia/Sydney, Mark Goodwin wrote:
> > I've merged the JNLP stuff Joe and I have been working on to the trunk.
> > The ANT target for building a JNLP target is jnlp.deploy. You will
> > need
> > to edit the codebase attribute in JNLP file if you want to test it on
> > your own server; there's no easy way around this without generating the
> > jnlp file dynamically, so for the time being you'll all just have to
> > put
> > up with it (I do plan on making a JNLP jsp at some point).
> > Again, if you want a play, the URL is
> > http://thureos.dyndns.org/~mark/jsword/jsword.jnlp
> > (It'll be the whole 4.7 Mb again - I built myself a new keystore).
> > I would be grateful for some feedback (i.e. it works / doesn't work,
> > I'm
> > running webstart version <blah> on <blah> OS) - apparently the last
> > build didn't work on Windows - not exactly a minor problem.
> > When I'm happy it all works well, it would be nice to see it on the web
> > site.
> > Does anyone know how much digital certificates cost / whether there are
> > discounts for not-for-profit uses. Do you think we need bother? (all
> > it
> > changes is the "it's highly recommended you don't start this
> > application" bit).
> > Have fun.
> > MarkG
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