SNUG is a project to implement a free version of Java Swing. It is also a sister of the 'classpath' SNUG is implemented with the X Window system using the Java AWT (based on the GTK+) created by Classpath Project, and does not use a single line of source code from Sun Microsystems, while it keeps the same APIs of Java Standard Edition 1.4.2 (it is also written as J2SE) as Sun Microsystems documented to the public. As all the code will be free under GNU GPL, SNUG is free software, thus Java programmers can write free software with nice GUI components without using any of Sun's non-free Java implementation.
released on 1 January 1970
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 17 May 2005.
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