After years of resistance, Sun has finally decided to release the source code for the Java technology.
To make sure that there's no misunderstanding: the company will put the technology under and OSI approved license – that's not the same as showing the code to developers.
The move will kill one of IBM's pet PR projects where the company could flame Sun for a lack of open source Java.
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