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Jane Jukowsky
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This must be a faq, but I have not found it anywhere.

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Ulf Dittmer
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If you mean the Java classes that make up the class libraries, check the installation directory of the JRE for a file called "src.zip" - that's where they are.
 
Jane Jukowsky
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Hmm. Somehow I did not realize it's in src.zip, thanks!

Which brings me to the next question. My jdk 1.6 does not have any *src*.zip; I am not sure which bundle it is, but it's certainly JDK, not JRE, i.e. it goes D:\Sun\SDK. Do some distributions have src.zip, but not others?


 
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If you have done a standard installation it should be under your JDK installation directory, along with the copyright and license files.
 
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It is an option during installation, so perhaps you have deselected this option. Like Maneesh said, it can be found directly in the JDK folder if installed.
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