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Startup time improvement in J2SE 1.5

Today I received an e-mail notification by JDC (Java Developer Connection) regarding closure of a bug I had voted for [free reg. required].

As per the resolution description, different Java programs (JVMs) running on the same machine will be able to share a large number of system classes using a technology termed as Class Data Sharing (CDS), thus signficantly reducing memory requirements and startup time.

This is indeed a great news! The only caveat is that this may not be available on Windows platform in the beginning (my favorite development platform).


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