We're recently completed a port of our "echoWare" toolkit from C++ to Java (using the Eclipse for Java IDE). The developer built it more as an application, rather than as a reusable .jar file, which would be more appropriate for echoWare (as it's a library of capabilities usable by other Java applications). For this project, I would like the following: 1. Starting with what we currently have, produce a [url removed, login to view] file suitable for use by other Java applications. 2. In what we currently have, I do not believe that all of the public methods and classes have javadoc tags. I would like those added, so that the javadoc of the public classes and methods can be auto generated in Eclipse. 3. The project uses the bouncycastle encryption toolkit, but it currently includes all of the source rather than just the available .jar file. So I would like that portion of our toolkit cleaned up. 4. In what we have, there are 5 small test programs that use the echoWare toolkit. I would like those test programs recast to use the new "[url removed, login to view]" file. EchoWare itself is open-source, and the current Java build is available here: ftp://[url removed, login to view] A detailed description of echoWare and all of its required interfaces can be found in the Windows SDK, available here: ftp://[url removed, login to view] In general, echoWare is a networking toolkit which allows two applications to contact each other across a TCP/IP network without requiring configuration of NAT'ing firewalls along the way. Relevant experience with networking concepts is therefore a big plus. Please let me know if you have any questions!
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Eclipse IDE for Java Developers, current "galileo/SR1" release.