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MSJavaVM x Sun JRT

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As MSJava VM will end at dec 07, I think someone at MS could build a new
component for .Net framework, to translate Java applets/apps to their
equivalent .Net. So IE7 team, for example, could detect a Java component in a
downloading page and serialize it to that .Net component, returning a (IE
cacheable) .Net page object. It would be really good not to have to install
Sun Java runtime engine as it has no centrally-managed updating tool, as
could be through WSUS/.Net framework - at large networks keeping those
runtimes really all up-to-date is nearly impossible!

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Apr 19 '07 #1
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