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Re^6: Copyright on languagesby BrowserUk (Pope)
|on May 02, 2012 at 22:20 UTC||Need Help??|
Could you point me to this subset of entry points?
I know no more than you. I've been following along on potted summaries of the case, much less than the transcripts.
But given the (debatable) nature of what constitutes "the Java API", whether you divide it up according to AWT .v. Swing .v. other; or server-side .v. client-side; or Java v1 .v. v2 (v3,v4,v5); etc., those 37 packages constitute a subset of 166 packages that (currently) make up the 'the full Java API (set)'.
There are also 3 specific functions that are cited:
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