• Subject: Re: Re JBuilder
  • From: "Marshall Dunbar" <marshall@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 21 May 1998 07:24:57 -0500

> Depends on the version of Jbuilder. I have found Jbuilder 1.xx -- Pro to
> 'bloat'
> the code. However, using the Sun JDK instead I get much better performing

> code. I
> also reduce the number of potential problems by removing Jbuilder from
> 'mix'.
> Look at your imports. Try to only import what you need. Instead of import
> java.io.* use  import java.io.DataStream.*. I realize the IDE is
> wonderful, but,
> we aren't getting to the 'write once, run anywhere' goal with Jbuilder.
Changing the import statement as you suggest will have no effect on the
compiled class file.  The "import" is simply a compiler directive that
limits the set of classes it looks for when attempting to resolve names.  A
more fully qualified import will help the compiler generate your code a bit
faster, but the resulting class will not be any smaller or faster.

Marshall Dunbar
DPS, Inc.
Co-Author of the Redbook _Accessing the AS/400 System with Java_

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