Judge Orders Microsoft to Include Sun Java in Windows
Monday December 23rd, 2002
US District Judge J Frederick Motz has issued a preliminary injunction forcing Microsoft to carry Sun Microsystem's Java Runtime Environment in its .NET-enabled products, such as Windows and Internet Explorer. In a three-day hearing, Sun successfully argued that Microsoft attempted to marginalise Java by shipping an incompatible version of the language with Windows. The order — which will remain in effect until Sun's private antitrust case against Microsoft is settled — is designed to prevent the market from tipping in favour of Microsoft's .NET technology in the near future. The judge fears that should this occur during the duration of the trial, Sun may never again be able to regain its current competitive position. Microsoft plans to appeal.
#8 Perl will never be relevant to this case
by SubtleRebel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tuesday December 24th, 2002 3:31 AM
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Parrot or no Parrot, Perl will never be relevant to this case.