|Authored by: darrellb on Thursday, May 24 2012 @ 04:25 PM EDT|
|Oracle complains about fragmenting Java, which by their own definition of|
fragment has not occurrred.
By Oracle's definition of fragmentation, the fact that applications won't
necessarily run across different Java platforms does not constitute
If Google licensed Java and built Android as a Java branded platform Oracle
would claim that Android did not fragment Java any more than the other
incompatible Java platforms do.
Android applications would no more be able to run on a J2EE platform than a JME
So why is Oracle claiming that Android, a platform that has never claimed to be
Java, fragments Java when Oracle's own incompatible Java platforms don't?
Obviously, the answer isn't becuase Oracle is concerned about Java
fragmentation. The answer is becuase Oracle has been unable to make money from
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