jUSB contains Java source code for a USB development library with some basic USB tools. It is built on top of the Linux "usbfs" facility. It has both an API (for applications) and an SPI (used by Linux and RMI providers). The API is demonstrated by three bundled utilities or sample applications, and by http://jPhoto.sourceforge.net (for digital camera access).
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Release Notes: This release includes an SPI, with cleanups to the API and implementation code. The RMI provider is best viewed as a prototype, and has been shown to work on a variety of Java Virtual Machines; GCJ is particularly significant since that allows using Java as a "better C++", and has been seen to be faster than HotSpot in applications like jPhoto.