This is a discussion on Re: the heaviest of JDK components now downloadable - FreeBSD ; -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Mikhail Teterin wrote: > Hello! > > The biggest pieces of JDK16 source can be downloaded directly from > Sun -- there is no need any more to send users to Sun's web-site > ...
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Mikhail Teterin wrote:
> The biggest pieces of JDK16 source can be downloaded directly from
> Sun -- there is no need any more to send users to Sun's web-site
> for them.
> The attached patch not only makes downloading simpler, it also
> preserves the timestamp of the downloaded files -- something, that
> browsers universally omit.
> P.S. Any version of cups library would do, right?
This has been true since 1.5 but as far I can tell the foundation
wants to be extra careful (for example there is no reason why diablo
needs to be a seperate download also).... I for one would vote for
going the linux/windows/macosx route and allow direct download
Aryeh M. Friedman
Developer, not business, friendly
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