--- Stephen Pollei <stephen_pollei(a)comcast.net> wrote:
On Thu, 2005-01-06 at 10:25, Matthew Miller wrote:
> FreeTTS and Sphinx4 are both Java, so they're out.
Yes but I thought FC4 might have Java built-in .
has Thomas Fitzsimmons <fitzsim redhat com> say that
ecj, gij, and Java-Gnome binding are planned to be
I don't know java myself, but many good things seem
to be available in
it. I usually stick to c, c++, perl, and python. I
think I'd need either
groovy or java1.5 features to make some things with
java easier to
swallow before I look into it some more.
the importance here is not specific features or
personal preferences. the effort is targetted towards
making several open source projects in the java
language more widely deployed without adding
proprietary java restrictions within it.
by enabling a solid free java base fedora and other
distros can easily use the important projects like
eclipse, openoffice java parts, tomcat etc
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