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J2SE

We all know that the JDK is big and it ought to be smaller. The question is how to make it smaller and still keep backward compatibility with existing applications. I think I know how to do it, I did something similar to NetBeans APIs five years ago. Thus I started a little experiment to split JDK into pieces. As that might influence the shape of your favorite libraries, I welcome you to help...
on Jun 22, 2009