Java Internationalization Road Map and Q&A Panel
Brian Beck, Stuart Gill, Norbert Lindenberg, John O'Conner - Sun Microsystems, Inc.
In the first half of this session we will present a number of new internationalization features and enhancements that are under development for future Java releases. These include support for locales requiring complex text layout, pluggable character converters, Unicode 3.0 support, enhancements to the Input Method Framework, and more.
The second half will be a panel question and answer session with the Java I18N team. We will spend the time answering your questions about the new features revealed in the first session and any of the current ones too.
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