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Samstag, 4. September 2004 link
"Then the other day I got sick of messing about with jar(1) and javap(1) on the command line whenever I wanted to poke about in a JAR file, and knocked up a quick front-end. And this was crying out for iTunes-like filtering on its list of JAR contents."
I personally became very fond of Swing for the flexibility described well in the above piece. Miguel de Icaza's recent comments on the canvas model might too be interesting in this context.
"And right then this guy with long hair and an old-school hard drive platter on his head came screaming into the room, right through the /dev/wormhole portal, and yelled "GNU/Linux!" over and over. Even Satan was freaked out. But eventually the screaming man went back to Cambridge, MA through the portal."
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