Apple’s Mac OS Runtime for Java (MRJ) SDK 2.0 is now available. It contains
a collection of tools, libraries, sample code, and documentation that will
make it easier for you to build better Java software for the Macintosh. The
major items included are as follows:

JBindery — an application that allows you to create double-clickable
Macintosh applications that execute Java code.

MRJToolkit — a library that allows you to easily add Macintosh
functionality to Java applications, such as the ability to respond to Open
and Quit events, locate special system folders, and set document types.

JDirect — an application programming interface that allows you to access
the Macintosh toolbox directly from a Java application.

JManager — an API that allows you to embed Java content in traditional Mac
OS applications.

The SDK is available for downloading at the Apple & Java website at: