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JRE 1.4.2 compatible with 1.4.1 (backward/forward)?

Are these 2 versions compatible with each other in both directions?  If
I develop with 1.4.2, can it run against 1.4.1 JRE? Thanks.

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johnhurt@gmail.com wrote:
> Are these 2 versions compatible with each other in both directions?  If
> I develop with 1.4.2, can it run against 1.4.1 JRE? Thanks.

I believe that 1.4.x are all compatible. In the principle of versions
1.4.2 correct ONLY BUGS from 1.4.1 (previous version). So as it's only
corrections on bugs and not ADDITION of functions there are no risk.

But If you develop under 1.5 there could be several problem if you use
the new functions added just in 1.5 version and want compatibility with
1.4 versions.

It's like upgrade system on Linux. When a distribution is out they just
upgrade to correct bugs but they "never" (in stable version) propose a
new version who add new functions because it can cause several problems
to cohabitate with the different packages on the system.

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