Two big changes:
(1) The Browser.java class has been refactored. Now only interesting features of Browser to call from embedded scripts are included in the class definition. Basic functionality is how inherited from subclasses.
(2) All Url's are now handled as java.net.URL's instead of as strings.
This saves a lot of resources required to convert back and forth. The program loads much faster.... read more
This release includes a functional menubar on the frijole browser. Contrary to what the stats say, there are sources in the CVS repository. I have made sure that the project file structure works with both the Linux and Windows Eclipse IDE. Needless to say, everything else works on both platforms too. Have fun hacking!
Have fun hacking this one. The first release can be downloaded. The goal here is to make Java hackable while still holding on to Java's closures and type-safe characteristics. In a word, a platform that can be used to rapidly build big, rambling, easily modified but still very stable distributed systems.