Adam Jack brought forth:
> On Fri, 3 Nov 1995, Mike Shaver (who needs a new reply to comment) wrote :
> It isn't the page author that chooses this. Yes an individual might
> start the .wonky craze - but they would have to communicate this
> to people who would then have to similarly re-code their Java-enabled
Not much recoding to do... distribute a wrapper applet that includes
its own class loader. But that's the "illegal software" debate, and
I'm getting a little sick of it.
> These individuals might also chose to attach a C++ compiler/loader to
> their browser and mess up their lives similarly. I think these people
> would find ftp easier.
See the codebase variable in the <applet> tag.
code="MyApplet.class" width=xxx height=yyy>
Or "gopher://", etc.
(Java's only piggybacked on HTTP because that's where most of the HTML
#> Mike Shaver (shaver @
com) Ingenia Communications Corporation <#
#> Ignore the man behind the curtain. <#
#> "And then I realized that it never should have worked in the first <#
#> place. Thus, it would not work again until rewritten." --- Anon. <#
From: Adam Jack <ajack @