Have java-dev folks --
I've finished up a fun new mxj thing (maxlispj!), and a number of
people were kind enough to test it out. I ran into one problem + a
solution: I hadn't realized that mxj depended on the host machine's
jvm. I created my first jar using java v. 1.5, but anyone still
running 1.4.x would get a major.minor version number error when trying
to load my classes. I can compile my classes and make the jar using
1.4, so all is ok.
My question, though -- should I make both a 1.4 and a 1.5 version
available, or just distribute the 1.4-compiled version? Obviously I'm
not using any 1.5-specific features, but are there any other
advantages to using a 1.5-compiled version?