Java Library API Checker

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A tool allowing software developers to check the backward compatibility of API's between different versions of a Java library. Find out about compatibility between releases of your Java libraries from this tool rather than from the users of your jar!

http://apicheck.sourceforge.net

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java-apicheck


Command line tool to check Java packages for API compatibility; relies on Japitools (http://www.sab39.org/japi/)