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Submission + - The Java 6.0 Compiler API

Shunmuga Raja writes: "One of the cool features available in Java 6.0 (Mustang) is the 'Java Compiler API'. This API is a result of the JSR (Java Specification Request) 199 which proposes that there must be a standard way to compile java source files. The result of the JSR is the new 'Java Compiler API' and one can use this new feature to compile java source files from within java files. Previously developers were depending on the low-level issues like starting a process representing the javac.exe. Though this feature is not intended to every one, Editors or IDE (Integrated Development Environment) can make much use of this new feature for compiling Java source files in a better manner.Read More"

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