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Can I have only one copy of the Java classes and use that both under IE 3.01 & Netscape 3.01 ?
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I'm using MSIE/MWVM (not JIT) on my 68K Mac as my Jave VM
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No, you can't because the classes.zip for IE are so diferent because they are JIT classes.
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You can't share the classes from IE because they are optimized for JIT (Just In Time)Technology that is the propietary code from microsoft to run quickly applets in IE, Netscape uses it's own classes too.
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