[rc5] Java and RC5
robertb at geocities.com
Wed Nov 12 11:46:25 EST 1997
At 06:20 PM 11/12/97 +0100, you wrote:
>How "nice" would this Java client be in terms of overhead on the system? I
>can imagine most people would not like the memory footprint of something
>like Netscape loaded in their system just to crank out keys.
But if I put it on my pages, I'm just trying to get the most out of my
visitor's CPU while they're reading my text. When they're done reading
(brain-intensive but not CPU-intensive), they'll go elsewhere and I'll have
contributed a few more Kkeys to the effort. I don't see this client as
being anyone's primary key contributor -- this distinction has been noted
>Would the Java client detect a "more serious" (or
>should I just call it "classic" :-P) client running on a system,
Can Java even tell what else is running on a system? I thought that the
sandbox model was intended to prevent apps from gaining that sort of
intimate knowledge of my PC.
Robert Brooks / robertb at geocities.com
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