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GNU Classpath

GNU Classpath::Tools
GNU Classpath Tools is a collection of tools for programmers using the GNU Classpath library including a byte code disassembler, a JNI C header file generator, serial version uid calculator, character converter, remote method invocation tools and a documentation generation framework for java source files. Plus tools specific to GNU Classpath development for generating locale, currency and timezone information.
GNU Classpath::Tools::Programs
GNU Classpath Tools contains the following tools. Some have their own page describing them in more detail:
  • gjdoc A documentation generation framework for java source files.
  • texidoclet A "doclet" for converting comments into GNU TexInfo source.
  • RMI tools such as rmic and rmiregistry.
  • Miscellaneous tools such as javap, javah, serialver and native2ascii/
  • GNU Classpath specific tools localgen and currencygen.
GNU Classpath::Tools::Downloads
At the moment there are only official releases of gjdoc on ftp.gnu.org . All other tools are available from CVS from the savannah project page below.
GNU Classpath::Tools::Development
GNU Classpath Tools is part of the GNU Classpath project which is hosted at Savannah. The project page is http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/classpath/ . From there you can submit bug reports, check the latest news, find tasks yet to be done, and most importantly submit patches!

There is one general discussion list for Classpath-tools. You may subscribe to the mailing list via the web. However, you may also just send an email message with a subject of "subscribe" to mailto:cp-tools-discuss-request@gnu.org . You may unsubscribe from the mailing list via the web as well.

GNU Classpath::Tools::Distribution Terms
All GNU Classpath Tools are distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License .

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Updated: $Date: 2009/07/30 22:51:21 $ $Author: gnu_andrew $