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About Java

About Java

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README
Java
TM
Platform, Standard Edition 6Development Kit
JDK
TM
6
 
Contents
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Introduction
Thank you for downloading this release of the Java
TM
Platform, Standard Edition DevelopmentKit (JDK
TM
). The JDK is a development environment for building applications, applets, andcomponents using the Java programming language.The JDK includes tools useful for developing and testing programs written in the Javaprogramming language and running on the Java
TM
platform.
System Requirements & Installation
System requirements, installation instructions and troubleshooting tips are located on the JavaSoftware web site at:JDK 6 Installation Instructions 
JDK
TM
Documentation
The on-line Java
Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE) Documentation contains APIspecifications, feature descriptions, developer guides, reference pages for JDK
TM
tools andutilities, demos, and links to related information. This documentation is also available in adownload bundle which you can install on your machine. To obtain the documentation bundle,
 
see the download page.For API documentation, refer to the The Java
Platform, StandardEdition API Specification This provides brief descriptions of the API with an emphasis onspecifications, not on code examples.
Release Notes
See the Java SE 6 Release Notes on the Java Software web site for additional information pertaining to this release. Please check the on-line release notes occasionally for the latestinformation as they will be updated as needed.
Compatibility
See Compatibility with Previous Releases on the Java Software web site for the list of known compatibility issues. Every effort has been made to support programs written for previousversions of the Java
TM
platform. Although some incompatible changes were necessary, mostsoftware should migrate to the current version with no reprogramming. Any failure to do so isconsidered a bug, except for a small number of cases where compatibility was deliberatelybroken, as described on our compatibility web page. Some compatibility-breaking changes wererequired to close potential security holes or to fix implementation or design bugs.
Bug Reports and Feedback
The Bug Database web site lets you search for and examine existing bug reports, submit your own bug reports, and tell us which bug fixes matter most to you. To directly submit a bug orrequest a feature, fill out this form:http://bugs.sun.com/services/bugreport/index.jsp You can send feedback to the Java SE documentation team.You can also send comments directly to Java Software engineering team email addresses. 
Note
- Please do not seek technical support through the Bug Database or our development teams.For support options, see Support and Services on the Java Software web site.
Contents of the JDK
TM
 
This section contains a general summary of the files and directories in the JDK
TM
. For details onthe files and directories, see the JDK File Structure section of the Java SE documentation for your platform.
Development Tools
 (In the
bin/
subdirectory) Tools and utilities that will help you develop, execute, debug,and document programs written in the Java
TM
programming language. For furtherinformation, see the tool documentation. 
Runtime Environment
 
 
(In the
jre/
subdirectory) An implementation of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE
TM
)for use by the JDK. The JRE includes a Java
TM
Virtual Machine (JVM
TM
), class libraries,and other files that support the execution of programs written in the Java
TM
programminglanguage.
Additional Libraries
 (In the
lib/
subdirectory) Additional class libraries and support files required by thedevelopment tools.
Demo Applets and Applications
 (In the
demo/
subdirectory) Examples, with source code, of programming for the Java
TM
 platform. These include examples that use Swing and other Java
TM
Foundation Classes,and the Java
TM
Platform Debugger Architecture.
Sample Code
 (In the
sample
subdirectory) Samples, with source code, of programming for certain JavaAPI's.
C header Files
 (In the
include/
subdirectory) Header files that support native-code programming usingthe Java Native Interface,the JVM
Tool Interface,and other functionality of the Java
TM
 platform.
Source Code
 (In
src.zip
) Java
TM
programming language source files for all classes that make up theJava core API (that is, sources files for the java.*, javax.* and some org.* packages, butnot for com.sun.* packages). This source code is provided for informational purposesonly, to help developers learn and use the Java
TM
programming language. These files donot include platform-specific implementation code and cannot be used to rebuild the classlibraries. To extract these file, use any common zip utility. Or, you may use the Jar utilityin the JDK's
bin/
directory:
jar xvf src.zip
 
The Java Runtime Environment (JRE
TM
)
The Java
TM
Runtime Environment (JRE
TM
) is available as a separately downloadable product. Seethe download web site.  The JRE allows you to run applications written in the Java
TM
programming language. Like theJDK
TM
, it contains the Java
TM
Virtual Machine (JVM
TM
), classes comprising the Java
TM
platformAPI, and supporting files. Unlike the JDK, it does not contain development tools such ascompilers and debuggers.You can freely redistribute the JRE with your application, according to the terms of the JRElicense. Once you have developed your application using the JDK, you can ship it with the JREso your end-users will have a Java
TM
platform on which to run your software.

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