Excelsior JET Roadmap Updated, Feedback Sought

The updated Excelsior JET Roadmap is back online.

In brief: the last 32-bit-only version is on track for October release, the first 64-bit preview is set to see the light of day before the end of 2011, and Java 7 is put aside in favor of an earlier 64-bit release, in turn expected to occur in about a year from now.

We understand this may not align with your plans for Java 7 and therefore would greatly appreciate your feedback. Please post in the comments or vote in the forum poll.

Categories: Excelsior JET, News

5 Responses

  1. Simon Says:

    Thanks for the update. If I had a choice I’d vote for more support…


  2. Dmitry Leskov Says:


    I apologize for our inability to provide timely replies in the forum. If you have an active support contract, please email our engineering team directly.

  3. Simon Says:

    @Dmitry: We’re a lucky user of a non-profit license. Thanks for that!

    I wasn’t complaining, I’m still very happy with Excelsior. And that problem in the forums is the only thing that bothers me currently. We don’t need Java7 or 64 bit… So, take your time 🙂

  4. Sapio Says:

    WE have a dire need for 64 bit support. This is the major item for us and is more important than Java 7. So please don’t “take your time”.

  5. Dmitry Leskov Says:

    @Sapio: We won’t.