Scott McNealy and Steve Jobs at JavaOne.
"...One of the big surprises was the presence of the venerable Steve Jobs. Jobs underscored the commitment by Apple Computer to ship the Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) with their upcoming MacOS X release later this year.
This is great news for Mac users and Java developers alike. The Mac has always supported Java, but full support for the latest versions lagged that of Windows, Solaris, and even Linux. It is about time that both Sun and Apple put serious effort into porting Java to the Mac. Hopefully, they will work together and help each other in the process. The demo of a pre-release version of Java 2 for MacOS X was impressive. There were a few glitches, but the demo got it's point across: Java runs well on the Mac and will take full advantage of the upcoming Aqua user interface..." [from developer.com]
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