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Re: [cdt-dev] Moving CDT 4.0 to Java 1.5

Symbian votes +1 (i.e. move to 1.5.)

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27/09/2006 14:36

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[cdt-dev] Moving CDT 4.0 to Java 1.5

Hey gang,
We talked quickly about this at the summit and promised we’d talk about it on the mailing list. Here we go…
There is a lot of interest in moving to Java 1.5 for CDT 4.0. Before we decide to do this we need to make sure everyone is able to use Java 1.5 for their run-times.
I hereby call a vote on this move. This is open to everyone on the mailing list, not just committers. Everyone has a veto. If vetoed, we’ll stay at 1.4. And don’t be afraid to veto. The platform is not moving to 1.5 so can stay on 1.4. I’ll leave the vote open until next Thursday morning.
QNX votes +1 (i.e. move to 1.5.).
Doug Schaefer
QNX Software Systems
Eclipse CDT Project Lead
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