Still, other then saying that it is so because it has been said so - I still don't see an argument why the gwt-servlet.jar would technically require Java 1.6.
Am Dienstag, 30. Oktober 2012 15:22:39 UTC+1 schrieb Jens:
Since November 2009 Java5 isn't supported anymore by Sun/Oracle and we are reaching 2013. So it should be fine that GWT now requires Java 1.6 and their jar files are also build using target 1.6.--Also Websphere 6.1 reaches its EOL in september 2013 (increased by one year. Original date was september 2012). You should start thinking about updating your server in the very near future or accept that it's legacy and you can't use newer GWT versions anymore.-- J.
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