Foxtrot

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Foxtrot is a small and powerful API for using threads with the Java(TM) Foundation Classes (JFC/Swing) and with Java Web Start. It is based on a new concept, the Synchronous Model, that greatly increases ease of use.

http://foxtrot.sourceforge.net

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