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Oracle Java Platform, Standard Edition

The Oracle (formerly Sun) Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE or JSE) allows you to develop and deploy Java applications on desktops and servers as well embedded and real-time environments. The Java Development Kit (JDK) contains the essential compiler, tools, runtime libraries, and APIs for developers writing, deploying, and running applets and applications in the Java programming language. The Java Runtime Environment (JRE) contains the runtime libraries and tools for running applets and applications.

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Release Notes: Many serious security vulnerabilities, many of them affecting the browser plug-in, were fixed. Further fixes and enhancements were made.

  •  05 Mar 2013 02:03

Release Notes: Serious security vulnerabilities in the browser plug-in were resolved. Due to the severity of these vulnerabilities and the reported exploitation of CVE-2013-1493 "in the wild", Oracle strongly recommends the application of this update as soon as possible.

  •  05 Mar 2013 02:03

Release Notes: Serious security vulnerabilities in the browser plug-in were resolved. Due to the severity of these vulnerabilities and the reported exploitation of CVE-2013-1493 "in the wild", Oracle strongly recommends the application of this update as soon as possible.

  •  03 Mar 2013 23:58

Release Notes: Many serious security vulnerabilities, many of them affecting the browser plug-in, were fixed.

  •  03 Mar 2013 23:58

Release Notes: Many serious security vulnerabilities, many of them affecting the browser plug-in, were fixed.

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11 Oct 2004 01:59 Avatar prx Thumbs up

Java 5.0
Please note that SUN renamed the 1.5.0 release to 5.0.

15 Mar 2004 23:37 fredlwm

Re: 1.4.1 sources ?

> 2 months after the 1.4.1 release and no
> sign of the sources.

It's also worth mentioning that the current sources are for 1.4.2, meaning it's probably missing everything that got into 1.4.2_01, 1.4.2_02, 1.4.2_03, and 1.4.2_04. Maybe not that useful unless you like to compile everything and don't care about not running the latest version. Maybe ESR is right.

17 Nov 2002 10:22 fredlwm

1.4.1 sources ?
2 months after the 1.4.1 release and no sign of the sources.

13 Dec 1999 11:48 reklis

sun's official licensing statement
quote from sun.com:

Sun is making the Java 2 SDK source code available to the developer community as part of Sun's Community Source Licensing Program. This release is intended to further propel innovation of the Java platform and provide developers with easier access to the Java platform sources while still maintaining compatibility. With the source code, software developers are able to:

fix platform bugs or performance bottlenecks that are impeding the development or deployment of an application
implement new APIs which need access to platform internals

Note that for compatibility reasons, new public methods or classes may not be added to the core Java technology packages. Any such API additions would result in a conformance test failure.

While the Java 2 platform source code is available for any software developer, we recommend that you consider the following before downloading the code:

Modified source code cannot be distributed without the express written permission of Sun
Binary programs built using modified Java 2 SDK source code may not be distributed, internally or externally, without meeting the compatibility and royalty requirements described in the License Agreement
Building, porting, and testing the Java 2 SDK source code requires a high level of technical expertise.
The Java 2 SDK source code is not the compiled Java™ 2 SDK.

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