Andrus wrote on 28.11.2006 18:17:
> 5. Java is not LGPL and does not support Generic at bytecode level
I have heard this "Java is not open source" over and over again.
What's the issue with wanting the language to be open source? Where is the
problem with using Java from a license perspective? You are (and always have
been) free to bundle the JRE with your app. And besides: Java just went
OpenSource with (AFAIK) very liberal license.
And who cares if my bytecode knows something about Generics as long as the
application runs at a good speed?
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