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Need help with the last 1% of my project

 
Allan Weir
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I've seen various references to flux capacitors, and they seem to be the answer to just about everything, so I think that would let me finish my project in time. Is there a standard Java API? What are the good open source libraries I can use for implementing such a solution? Please help me at your earliest convenience.
 
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Most open source libraries you can find are based on flux capacitors, so I guess anything should work with little modifications here and there...
 
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That's ok. You are 99% done so the bean counters can report progress.
 
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You'll have to look in the underground market. Using Java for flux capacitors would be a breach of the licensing terms.
Oracle Corporation Binary Code License Agreement wrote:Software is not designed or intended for use in the design, construction, operation or maintenance of any nuclear facility.


From http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk-6u21-license-159167.txt
 
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