Java Bindings now releasable---what next
John (J5) Palmieri
johnp at redhat.com
Thu Jan 12 10:25:50 PST 2006
The web page is a wiki so feel free to add a link. In fact it would be
nice if you could write up a bindings page where other binding
developers can also put their links up.
On Wed, 2006-01-11 at 16:25 +0000, Matthew Johnson wrote:
> I believe my Java bindings are now in a state they can be released for
> people to try out. There is a Java 1.4 backport with the more common
> features which I have tested with kaffe, gcj and jikes.
> What's the best way to take this forward. I could at this point just put
> the tarballs on my website, but it would be nice to integrate it
> somewhat with the main release, even as just a link on the web page.
> What you do guys think is best? At the moment it is in a perforce
> repository on my own server, but if you want to put in freedesktop CVS
> thats also fine.
> Release tarballs and debs for etch are available here:
> The 1.5 bindings are backwards compatible with the 1.4 bindings, hence
> the versioning. When free VMs and compilers have 1.5 support they can
> just install the newer version.
John (J5) Palmieri <johnp at redhat.com>
More information about the dbus