|Indigo -- WTF?? [message #691215]
||Fri, 01 July 2011 00:39
Registered: July 2011
Same bugs as before|
it starts indexing my project and shuts down in 3 seconds!!
if that happened to the software I write I would have been fired!
this should have been given the highest priority and fixed!!!
My grandma can write better software.
[Updated on: Fri, 01 July 2011 00:41]
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|Re: (no subject) [message #691880 is a reply to message #691668]
||Sat, 02 July 2011 17:31
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
It's questionable whether a bug in a particular JVM that causes specific |
problems for certain software makes that software itself faulty...
You've got your opinion and others have their's...
Certainly I've run into a number of cases in EMF where there were
problems caused by the bugs in the Sun JDK, e.g., what we called the
Crimson DOM problem where the DOM implementation just didn't return
correct information. We did indeed design a workaround as much as
possible. But that wasn't a problem in the JVM itself; those kinds of
problems might well be hard to work around. I don't know. I don't know
if anyone tried. Perhaps they did and failed. Do you know for a fact
that no one has tried? I have to wonder too, is it really so hard to
get a JVM without this problem? It might be less work than all the
complaining you've done so far...
> Ed, I wrote "My sentences you quoted are properly written,
> capitalized, and punctuated." I referred to my sentences that you
> quoted in your post, those are properly written. The sentences in my
> other posts are obviously not properly written, and I did not claim
> otherwise. I was well prepared for the grad school. They do not teach
> me English here, I am not an English major.
> Besides, my ability to write does not change the fact about the bug.
> It is caused by the bug in Sun JVM but programmers usually come up
> with a workarounds instead of releasing a faulty product.
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