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04 Jul 2002 11:47 dalibortopic

Release 1.0.7 dedication
This release is dedicated to the memory of Edouard G. Parmelan, one of
the most active Kaffe developers, a member of the core team, and one of
the driving forces behind the project.

04 Jul 2002 11:13 dalibortopic

Re: Is Kaffe dead?

> They haven't (as I write this) released
> a new version in a year, and
> Transvirtual
> (whom I think was the driving force
> behind this project) have just (August
> 27, 2001)
> contributed an RMI implementation
> to the (competing)
> GCJ project.
>
> Have we seen the last of Kaffe?
>


Nope. After a long and a dormant period, the project has awaken again and is continuously developing under a new maintainer, Jim Pick. There is a new release, 1.0.7, a pile of patches in the patch queue, a lot of discussion on the mailing lists, and many ideas on future developement. It is gaining momentum again, and will hopefully attract more developers.

31 Aug 2001 07:35 walles

Is Kaffe dead?
They haven't (as I write this) released a new version in a year, and
Transvirtual (http://www.transvirtual.com)
(whom I think was the driving force behind this project) have just (August 27, 2001)
contributed an RMI implementation (http://gcc.gnu.org/java/)
to the (competing)
GCJ (http://gcc.gnu.org/java/) project.


Have we seen the last of Kaffe (http://www.kaffe.org)?

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