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eWeek: Sun Mulls Joining Java Eclipse Effort

Sep 03, 2003, 17:00 (8 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Darryl K. Taft)

[ Thanks to Eric Seynaeve for this link. ]

"In an about-face that could have a dramatic impact in the Java tools space, Sun Microsystems Inc. has indicated it might be willing to join the IBM-sponsored Eclipse open-source development platform effort--but only if momentum to spin off the effort into an independent organization continues.

"Eclipse already seems to be moving from an IBM-led organization to an independent one. The inclusion of Sun in the Eclipse group would be a major move in the Java development space, bringing the two largest Java development organizations together. It would also bolster the Java community against Microsoft Corp.'s .Net architecture and Visual Studio .Net development tools.

"Rich Green, vice president of Sun developer tools and Java software, in Santa Clara, Calif., made overtures toward the Eclipse effort in an interview with eWEEK last week, saying he favors a standard that open-source development platform developers can access to build Java applications and Web services..."

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