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January 27, 2007

IBM launches Java 6 software development kit for Linux and AIX programmers

Filed under: IBM, Java, linux — tuxicity @ 4:05 pm

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IBM launches Java 6 software development kit for Linux and AIX programmers.

US based tech giant IBM has released an early edition of their Java 6 software development kit for Linux and AIX programmers.

IBM claims that this software development kit would make it easier for programmers to take full advantage of a number of new features in Sun Microsystems’ latest update to the Java environment.

The newer version from Sun provides enhanced diagnostics information, improved data sharing between Java Virtual Machines, and enhanced operating system trace backs for fault control.

IBM is also making available an online discussion forum for developers to discuss their issues on this application and technology.

This new release support platforms like Linux on x86 and on AMD, Linux on 32- and 64-bit PowerPC, and AIX on 32- and 64-bit PowerPC.

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