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Announce: JavaCore 0.8.0 - Advanced Exception handling for the Java Virtual Machine.
- To: general at jakarta dot apache dot org, java-discuss at sources dot redhat dot com
- Subject: Announce: JavaCore 0.8.0 - Advanced Exception handling for the Java Virtual Machine.
- From: burton at relativity dot yi dot org (Kevin A. Burton)
- Date: 15 Jan 2001 09:21:57 -0800
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JavaCore is an enhanced debug facility for the Java platform. It enables "core"
dumping when an un-handled Exception is thrown. This has been a facility UNIX
developers have enjoyed for years and (to some extent) it is now available to
Java developers. There is a difference in use which may be confusing to some
people. JavaCore does not terminate the JVM. It writes system information (stack
trace, class loader information, CLASSPATH, system properties, memory info, etc)
to an XML file which can then be loaded into other applications for further
JavaCore provides an implementation of java.lang.Exception and an additional
library package (net.sourceforge.javacore) which modify your JVM so that you can
control when core files are written.
Kevin A. Burton ( email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com )
Cell: 408-910-6145 URL: http://relativity.yi.org ICQ: 73488596
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