[Monetdb-developers] XRPCwrapper fails to compile with java 1.4
Fabian.Groffen at cwi.nl
Mon Oct 15 11:12:47 CEST 2007
On 15-10-2007 11:02:09 +0200, Ying Zhang wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 15, 2007 at 10:14:56AM +0200, Fabian Groffen wrote:
> > On 15-10-2007 10:11:51 +0200, Martin Kersten wrote:
> > > > My analysis:
> > > >
> > > > JDBC needs 1.4<=java<~1.5
> > > > XRPCwrapper needs java>=1.5 due to usage of XML standard libraries
> > > >
> > > Intersection is 1.5 ? and sufficient to work?
> > You suggest to force XRPC users to have 1.5 for no reason?
> Did you mean "to force JDBC users to have 1.5 for no reason"?
> Because XRPC wrapper users will certainly have to use 1.5
You force JDBC users to use 1.5, and you force XRPC users to use 1.5.
The former could have been satisfied with 1.4 (industrial settings may
have this still as the latest "reliable" version), whereas the latter
could have been satisfied with 1.6 or 1.7. As Sjoerd pointed out, 1.4
is anchient, so people having 1.6 these days is quite normal.
> > XRPC is pulled out of the clients repo now, so I don't see any reason
> > why it should be tied to the same configure check as we do for clients.
> You are right. In the bug-fix release, I would like to add a check for
> Java version, but this doesn't affect JDBC.
> Making XRPC wrapper Java 1.4 compatable is not a (good) option...
your build.properties says you minimally require 1.4 iirc.
> Why is the Redhat machine not upgraded to Java 1.5?
That is a workaround ;) But there is a 1.5 installed for the Bond demo.
It isn't upgraded, because Sun doesn't provide an 1.5 for Itanium.
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