Besides which, the case does not revolve around "the API", but rather about "bits of the API". Ie. A certain, defined, specific, named, subset of, the entrypoints within "The API".
Yes, it's not about every API in the Java's core libraries, but no, it's not about a subset of entry points either. From what I've read (and I've been reading transcripts from court), it is about the *full* API of the 37 packages shown below. (A Java package is akin to a Perl package/module.) Could you point me to this subset of entry points?
The 37 packages are listed in Trial Exhibit 1072 (TX1072). I can't find the exhibit except as a part of a slide show that obscures half the list.
Update: Added list of packages and the paragraph introducing them.
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