Apple, in keeping with their weekly release of goodness program, just dropped Java 1.4.1 into the Software Update machinery. This is a not-so-insignificant ball of coding with 26 Mb of caffeine-laced liquid. It's also kissed Carbon coding goodbye. Should further help Safari (and Camino?) kick IE's butt.
The Java 1.4.1 update adds the following enhancements :
[img]smile.gif[/img] Improved Java applet support for Safari and other web browsers that support the Java Internet Plug-In.
[img]smile.gif[/img] Up-to-date with the latest Java release from Sun, with hundreds of new features, including built-in support for XML-based web services, enhanced client functionality, and improved performance and reliability.
[img]smile.gif[/img] Java applications take better advantage of Aqua and Quartz Extreme.
[img]smile.gif[/img] Java applications now fully leverage the built-in Universal Access features of Mac OS X v10.2.
[img]smile.gif[/img] Java applications can now be controlled through AppleScript, via the new UI Scripting technology (http://www.apple.com/applescript/GUI/