a small library, enabling powerful dynamic multi-machine coÃ¶peration.
The framework allows Java objects to communicate transparently with each other over the network, without absolutely zero source impact. It similarly allows the transparent distribution of remote graphical user interfaces.
released on 3 January 2010
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