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bin 2011-06-26 joge [r1] migrated repository to sf.net
bin-examples 2011-06-26 joge [r1] migrated repository to sf.net
lib 2011-06-26 joge [r1] migrated repository to sf.net
spooned 2011-06-26 joge [r1] migrated repository to sf.net
src 2011-06-26 joge [r1] migrated repository to sf.net
src-examples 2011-06-26 joge [r1] migrated repository to sf.net
GPL.txt 2011-06-26 joge [r1] migrated repository to sf.net
LGPL.txt 2011-06-26 joge [r1] migrated repository to sf.net
README.txt 2015-02-08 joge [r2] - addded README
client.bat 2011-06-26 joge [r1] migrated repository to sf.net
langspec-3.0.pdf 2011-06-26 joge [r1] migrated repository to sf.net
make-spooned.bat 2011-06-26 joge [r1] migrated repository to sf.net
migc.bat 2011-06-26 joge [r1] migrated repository to sf.net
mkjar.bat 2011-06-26 joge [r1] migrated repository to sf.net
server1.bat 2011-06-26 joge [r1] migrated repository to sf.net
server2.bat 2011-06-26 joge [r1] migrated repository to sf.net

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Unfortunately, the Spoon version currently used is only compatible until Java 7.
Until someone volunteers to port PadMig to a newer version, please use PadMig with Java 7.
Note that you can install Java 7 in parallel with other JDK/JRE and only use it for PadMig,
and continue using up-to-date JDK/JRE for other purposes. In particular, the code generated
by PadMig is still able to run on up-to-data Java versions!

Old JDK/JRE are available via the Oracle Archive: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/archive-139210.html