Java Plugin Framework: plug-in infrastructure library for Java projects
JPF provides a runtime engine that dynamically discovers and loads
"plug-ins". A plug-in is a structured component that describes itself to JPF
using a "manifest". JPF maintains a registry of available plug-ins and the
functions they provide (via extension points and extensions).
One major goal of JPF is that the application (and its end-user) should not
pay any memory or performance penalty for plug-ins that are installed, but
not used. Plug-ins are added to the registry at application start-up or
while the application is running but they are not loaded until they are
JPF - Java Plug-in Framework
Welcome to JPF!
JPF is a general-purpose plug-in framework intended to help building scalable,
extendable Java applications with low cost of maintenance. The framework is
specially designed to be easily included into Java project of any kind.
For more information see project documentation in docs fo
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History of changes for the JPF (Java Plug-in Framework) project.
Changes are chronologically ordered from top (most recent) to bottom
(least recent). For more information about the JPF project, see the project
web site at http://jpf.sourceforge.net
+ New Feature
- Bug fixed
* General comment
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