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> Value for money. You pay a lot of money for
Good. Please use the PayPal-Button at the
(http://pauker.sourceforge.net/) to pay a lot of
> don't underestimate changing your jre
> worth it you have 1.4.2
> don't fix anything if it ain't broke,
Every JRE before 1.4.2 was definitely broken.
Sun fixed 2500 bugs between 1.4.1 and 1.4.2.
Some of them seriously affected Pauker.
JRE-1.4.2 is the first one without a single bump
in Pauker's road.