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Where can I download jws source code?

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Hi, Ive download openjdk6 source code but I couldnt found the source code for the package com.sun.javaws.

Does anyone know where I can download/find this?

Thanks
Julio
  • 1. Re: Where can I download jws source code?
    gimbal2 Guru
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    EDIT:

    Hm, can't find any place to download it for real but this website seems to have it online:

    http://javasourcecode.org/html/open-source/jdk/jdk-6u23/com/sun/javaws/package-summary.html
  • 2. Re: Where can I download jws source code?
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    Thanks Gimbal. That helps, but still, why isnt this included when you download the src from Openjdk?

    Ive download, jdk6, jdk7.. theres nothing there.

    Im still crossing my fingers and waiting to someone pointing where to download the source.

    Thanks
    Julio
  • 3. Re: Where can I download jws source code?
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    Deployment stack is not open sourced (neither webstart nor plugin).

    There is an open source implementation of it as part of [IcedTea project|http://icedtea.classpath.org/wiki/Main_Page] but this is not what you get if you use Java from Oracle.
    You will use it if you are running IcedTea, e.g. openjdk packages provided by Linux distributors are IcedTea-based.
  • 4. Re: Where can I download jws source code?
    gimbal2 Guru
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    igor wrote:
    Deployment stack is not open sourced (neither webstart nor plugin).
    I figured as much. Its a bit of a sad state though, if there is one thing that can really benefit from user contributed stuff its the browser integration.
    There is an open source implementation of it as part of [IcedTea project|http://icedtea.classpath.org/wiki/Main_Page] but this is not what you get if you use Java from Oracle.
    You will use it if you are running IcedTea, e.g. openjdk packages provided by Linux distributors are IcedTea-based.
    Huh, I did not know about that. Thanks!

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