Why 2 != jdic.jar depending on OS used?
I noticed that the size of the jdic.jar's changes slightly from the Windows version (58,153 bytes) and the Linux one (55,145 bytes). I thought Java was OS agnostic (at least for the class byte code!)
Could you enlight my misunderstandings or maybe some stuff belong to another package than the JDIC API itself. Probably they should be named jdic-win-adapter.jar and jdic-lin-adapter.jar respectively. The jdic.jar would then be the real common JDIC API shared by all implementation.