Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> GNU/Linux distros get OK to distribute Java
> ,----[ Quote ]
> | Sun has legally cleared the way for GNU/Linux distributions such as
> | Debian, Ubuntu, and Gentoo to bundle Sun's Java Runtime Environment
> | (including the Java Virtual Machine) as a part of their packaging. http://blogs.zdnet.com/BTL/?p=3048
Why play with tinkertoys like mono when you can write for a platform
that currently runs in more than 2.5 BILLION devices?
They even have a JVM running on SPOT:
Scripting? Why not try Groovy to control RFID, java motes, and other
sensor aware networks?
*Posted while having the urge to go to VC on an Opera Mini Java browser.