EJP wrote:The age-old excuse of being forced to maintain legacy software in stead of investing in upgrading, methinks.
Well you can bet it certainly wasn't designed to be, was it? If Microsoft had more of an idea of backward compatibility than they do, it might be worth trying. But why you are asking about a 14-year-old version of Java is a mystery in the first plae.
aksarben wrote:Wouldn't they actually need Windows For Workgroups (Win 3.11)?
I'm guessing it might work if you downgrade your system to Windows 3.1
gimbal2 wrote:I'm back to writing most stuff in assembler (for PIC devices). Not really cost effective unless like me one is retired and don't have to earn a living. To earn a living back in the 1970s I wrote a lot of 6502 and 8086 assembler; both had a much bigger instruction set than the PIC devices.aksarben wrote:Respect. I did that for some game dev, but not for hard-core application programming.
I cut my teeth on assembler, "sonny."