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'core' (or basic) is not in the Java spec, is it?
Authored by: BJ on Sunday, May 06 2012 @ 04:45 PM EDT
Therefore why play this game?
Everything is 'core' or everything isn't and is equal.

Btw., how can 'images, media' (for example) be 'core'.
Someone, define 'core'. Define 'basic'.

bjd

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SCO JDK
Authored by: Anonymous on Sunday, May 06 2012 @ 05:26 PM EDT
I think that basically boils down to java[.exe] and rt.jar
plus dev tools for JDK (javac etc)

(I believe JIT is 'embedded' in the JVM/java[.exe])

Docs and demos for JDK pls

Runtime only for JRE

I'd be very surprised if it wasn't Sun JDK 1.1.7 + variants
with maybe some minor modifications to make it work on SCO variants, License
appears to be SCO.

Remember in 1999 downloads were *slow*, many people were still 'internet'
connected via 57.6Kbaud modem, and there is a huge difference between
7/14/39Mbytes at ~5mins/Mbyte

so this kind of bundled/unbundled distro was the norm.

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  • SCO JDK - Authored by: PJ on Sunday, May 06 2012 @ 09:34 PM EDT
Do not conflate source code with byte/object code
Authored by: PJ on Sunday, May 06 2012 @ 09:42 PM EDT
The same wording is in a Sun document in the
same folder. And it says you need the APIs
to run Java, the core ones.

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