• Subject: Re: Newbie question
  • From: "Scott Klement" <infosys@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: 29 Sep 1999 10:36:42 -0500

Hi Eric,

     There are already several Java 5250 clients out there, though,
I think most of them are commercial projects...   I know that
Mochasoft has one that you can try for free...   www.mochasoft.dk

So the question is, is it worth the effort of developing such an
animal, when there are already similar clients available?

To me, the curses client is GREAT help.  I have old computers running
the curses client that aren't fast enough to be able to run X, or
especially Gnome or KDE nicely.



Eric Strovink <strovink@acm.org> wrote:
>
> I wonder if there isn't an opportunity to build a Java client that
>  would extend
> the reach of this project to any Java-enabled browser, and would
>  enable us to
> reach both the Linux and Windoze platforms.  Isn't it true that with
>  Java we
> would have enough screen control to handle this?  I'm imagining, for
>  example,
> floating function-key bars and so on that would eliminate the
>  keyboard-mapping
> issues.  I guess I'm energized by the recent release of some decent
>  Java tools
> for Linux.
>
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