We had some troubles with different versions of apache xerxes, since IBM
ships his own version.
Removing xerxes.jar from /jre/lib/ext of the IBM jdk solved these problems.
My advice: take care in the XML area. But this was 2 -3 Months ago ....
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kevin Altis [mailto:altis@...]
> Sent: Saturday, May 12, 2001 8:29 PM
> To: jython-dev@...
> Subject: [Jython-dev] Jython and IBM 1.3 JDK
> The platform specific notes page
> http://jython.org/platform.html doesn't
> mention the IBM JDK 1.3 for Windows as a recommended platform
> for Windows
> NT, 95, and 98, Windows 2000. Is there an issue with the IBM JDK (link
> below) that causes problems with Jython? I modified the jython.bat and
> jythonc.bat files to use the IBM JDK which on the simple
> tests I've done so
> far seems to work fine. The IBM JDK is much faster (3x - 4x
> on the other
> Java apps I'm running) than the Sun 1.3 HotSpot implementation.
> IBM Developer Kit for Windows(R), Release 1.3.0
> Kevin Altis
> Jython-dev mailing list
From: charles F simons <yrium@ya...> - 2001-05-14 13:43:26
Did anyone get a 3x speed increase after downloading &
installing IBM's JDK? My informal benchmarks show a
10 - 15 percent DECREASE.
Just wondering what others results were.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Kevin Altis [mailto:altis@...]
> > Sent: Saturday, May 12, 2001 8:29 PM
> > To: jython-dev@...
> > Subject: [Jython-dev] Jython and IBM 1.3 JDK
The IBM JDK is much faster
> (3x - 4x
> > on the other
> > Java apps I'm running) than the Sun 1.3 HotSpot
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