11 Facts About Apache Harmony


Apache Harmony is a retired open source, free Java implementation, developed by the Apache Software Foundation.

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Apache Harmony project was initially conceived as an effort to unite all developers of the free Java implementations.

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One major point of incompatibility between the GNU Classpath and Apache Harmony projects was their incompatible licenses: Classpath's GNU General Public License with the linking exception versus Harmony's Apache License.

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At the start, Apache Harmony received some large code contributions from several companies.

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Apache Harmony was accepted among the official Apache projects on October 29,2006.

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The Apache Harmony now contains the working code, including the Swing, AWT and Java 2D code which were contributed by Intel.

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Apache Harmony developers integrate several existing, field-tested open-source projects to meet their goal.

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Apache Harmony is less documented than the alternative free Java implementations.

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Apache Harmony has the compiler, appletviewer, jarsigner, javah, javap, keytool, policytool, and unpack200.

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Apache Harmony has seven virtual machine implementations that run Apache Harmony Class Library, all of which were donations by external groups:.

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Since its conception, Apache Harmony grew in its ability to execute non-trivial Java applications.

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