Browsers | Java SE Runtime Environment for OS X 10.8-9 8u11
Date: 07/16/2014 01:52 PM
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New in this version:
• New Features and Changes
Java Dependency Analysis Tool (jdeps): A new command-line tool, Java Dependency Analysis Tool (jdeps), is now available that can be used by developers to understand the static dependencies of their applications and libraries. It also provides an -jdkinternals option to find dependencies of any JDK internal APIs that are unsupported and private to JDK implementation.
New JAR file attribute - Entry-Point: From this release, a new JAR file attribute, Entry-Point is available. The Entry-Point attribute is used to identify the classes that are allowed to be used as 'entry points' to the RIA. Identifying the entry points helps to prevent unauthorized code from being run when a JAR file has more than one class with a main() method, multiple Applet classes, or multiple JavaFX Application classes. Set this attribute to the fully qualified class name that can be used as the entry point for the RIA. To specify more than one class, separate the classes by a space, for example: Entry-Point: apps.test.TestUI apps.test.TestCLI
If the JAR manifest is signed and the main-class or applet-class entry point specified in the JNLP file or application descriptor differs from the class specified for the Entry-Point attribute, then the RIA is blocked. If the Entry-Point attribute is not present, any class with a main() method, or any Applet or JavaFX Application class in the JAR file can be used to start the RIA.
New JAXP processing limit property - maxElementDepth: A new property, maxElementDepth, is added to provide applications the ability to set limit on maximum element depth in an xml file that they parse. This may be helpful for applications that may use too much resources when processing an xml file with excessive element depth.
• Bug Fixes
Synopsis: Using RMI from a restricted environment may cause a NullPointerException.
If an application uses RMI and runs in a restricted environment (i.e., Java Plugin, Java Web Start), it may not work. In particular, if you run a UI from an RMI callback, a NullPointerException is likely to be thrown.
OS X 10.8.3+
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