mobiletiw at fishersinter.net
Tue Mar 30 13:10:12 PST 2004
What about JSP? Doesn't that get converted into Java? Isn't that
stored and run on a server?
>On Tue, Mar 30, 2004 at 02:55:16PM +0100, Adrian Fisher wrote:
>>Wouldn't it be more beneficial to ensure changes didn't lock out
>>mainstream technologies such as Java as I know many companies use it.
>I don't see java as mainstream on a server. Java apps are, but they
>are delivered to the delivered to the client for processing. The
>server doesn't need it. As far as clients go, we'll have to look into
>that at as a separate consideration. For the most part, we will limit
>our field of vision to that which produces a stable, secure base.
>Changes to the base to satisfy the needs of an ancillary package will
>be reviewed as time permits. If that ancillary package is going to be
>in the book, then it would be most likely that when we work on that
>package we will adjust the base to work with it.
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