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Have you tried JForum with Java 6?

 
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Have you tried JForum with Java 6? Does it works like a charme?
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I haven't tested it out yet. But I sure will do. Give me some days to test it. U can test it too I have tested it in Jdk 5 though, and haven't found any problems.

We have started working on JForum 3. This version will require Jdk 5, but we will also guarantee that it will run on Jdk 6.

If someone discovers any problems when running JForum 2.1.x on Jdk 5 or Jdk 6, please let us know.

I am really excited about the Jdk 6 release. It has such a big amount of improvements.

/Jakob


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For the record:
I am running jforum 2.1.7 dev (last cvs version) with
jdk 1.5.10 and Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 9.0_01 (build b14), aka Glassfish
So far so good, and if you want to see some stats, F�runs IOL
(a few days online...)

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hi-

we use:

java -version
java version "1.5.0_06"
Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.5.0_06-113)

and JForum works without error.

We would like to use Java 6 && JForum 2.1.7 in a couple months.


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Yes, I just tried it out yesterday. Because my server had crashed recently. So I have to reinstall everything from ground up. And I choose to install JDK6 this time. I download the 2.1.6 release. Now JForum works fine. I amd happy with it.
I'll upgrade to the lastest cvs soon.
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andowson wrote:Yes, I just tried it out yesterday. Because my server had crashed recently. So I have to reinstall everything from ground up. And I choose to install JDK6 this time. I download the 2.1.6 release. Now JForum works fine. I amd happy with it.
I'll upgrade to the lastest cvs soon.



That's great. Please report any bugs you may find into our Jira
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