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Re: Jigsaw on Macintosh

From: Doug Marker <dmarker@zeta.org.au>
Date: Thu, 27 Jun 1996 07:11:51 +1100
Message-Id: <31D19987.5781@zeta.org.au>
To: www-jigsaw@w3.org
Anselm - the thing about Jigsaw that is impressing me immensely is that 
there are so many of us running the one package on multiple software 
platforms - 

We are only running it on OS/2 at the moment. But, we run Win95/NT and 
AIX as well and are quite confident it will work on them all. AIX 
(Unix from IBM) 4.2 has a Java jdk & JIT. That will be our next target. 
We won't even try Win95 (we use it every day & would never trust it) NT 
will be our third target.

Re the peroformance stats - we notice they are high to start with but 
after a day or so drop markedly - we assume this is due to the caching 
techniques used ?

Cheers -  Doug Marker

(Happy Jigsaw user - despite one of the stiffest learning curves we have 
been through with any server)

Anselm Baird-Smith wrote:
> Jeff Dripps writes:
>  > #6) Copy the URL i.e., http://cc46.ccia.com:9999 or whatever it says on your
>  > machine and paste it into your favorite browser and your on your way.
>  > Hope this helps out.
>  >
> Does this means Jigsaw runs on Mac ! If this is so, I am probably the
> first one on earth who has written an application for a platform he
> knows *nothing* about :-)
> I am a happy Java hacker,
> Anselm.
Received on Wednesday, 26 June 1996 17:32:14 UTC

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