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I guess I need to rephrase the question.
The rumor sites are stating as a fact that this is the final release of Java from Apple. But they're not sourcing that statement. The possibilities are:
* A leak from Apple (not likely) or Oracle (possible, but they didn't say that, even in vague terms).
* They're pulling it out of their butts based on timing (possible, but if so, say it's a guess, don't state it as a fact).
* I missed an Apple publication of this somewhere (very possible).
I can speculate about the possible sources of a given story as well as anyone…I was really asking if anyone has seen an official statement to the effect that this is the final Apple release of Java that I might have missed.
On May 5, 2012, at 2:19 AM, Ronald C.F. Antony wrote:
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