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Location of native code ?

 
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Hallo.

I am looking for the c-code files for the native methods in the Java installation. I can not find them. Is there a standard place where these are located ? My OS is Ubuntu.
 
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Reiner Herman wrote:Hallo.
I am looking for the c-code files for the native methods in the Java installation. I can not find them. Is there a standard place where these are located ? My OS is Ubuntu.




The non-java source is not part of the JDK. To get the C source, you need to download it from the Sun site. And even then, it is not the full source, but only the JNI source for the APIs. I believe to get the full Sun source, you need to be a licencee.

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