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-<h1 class="title">Dalvik Libraries</h1>
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-<p>The Dalvik Libraries, also known as the <i>Android core libraries</i>,
-implement general purpose APIs used by code written in the Java programming
-language. While the libraries themselves don't depend on Android, they do form
-the foundation of the Android framework. Android applications use the Dalvik
-libraries both directly and indirectly for data structures, networking,
-concurrency, I/O, and more.</p>
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-<p>The Dalvik libraries break down into two categories:</p>
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-<ul>
-    <li><a href="#vm-specific">Dalvik VM-specific libraries</a></li>
-    <li><a href="#interop">Java programming language interoperability
-        libraries</a></li>
-</ul>
-
-<p>Any system claiming to be Android-compatible must implement these libraries.
-Unless otherwise noted, both the signatures and the behavior of such a system
-need to conform to the Android 1.0 reference implementation. Both types of
-conformance will be checked by the upcoming Android Compatibility Test Suite
-(CTS).</p>
-
-<a name="vm-specific"/><h2>Dalvik VM-specific libraries</h2>
-
-<p>The VM-specific libraries enable requesting or modifying VM-specific
-information. Code that uses these classes is only portable across Dalvik-based
-systems. The VM-specific Dalvik packages include:</p>
-
-<ul class="code">
-  <li>dalvik.annotation</li>
-  <li>dalvik.bytecode</li>
-  <li>dalvik.system</li>
-</ul>
-
-<a name="interop"/><h2>Java programming language interoperability libraries</h2>
-
-<p>This category of library provides a familiar environment for programmers
-writing code in the Java programming language. Much of the implementation of
-this code comes from <a href="http://harmony.apache.org/">Apache Harmony</a>.
-Sometimes, we have to change the Harmony code to make it more suitable for the
-memory and CPU-constrained environments targeted by Dalvik. We delineate
-Dalvik-specific changes like so:
-
-<pre class="prettyprint">
-    private static final long serialVersionUID = 8683452581122892189L;
-
-// BEGIN android-added
-    /** zero-element array */
-    private static final Object[] emptyArray = new Object[0];
-// END android-added
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-    private transient int firstIndex;
-</pre>
-
-<p>If you change existing Harmony code instead of just inserting new code, use
-<code>android-changed</code> instead of <code>android-added</code>. These
-markers help us keep track of our own changes when we pull down updates from
-Harmony.</p>
-
-<p>Packages in this category include:</p>
-
-<ul class="code">
-  <li>java.io</li>
-  <li>java.lang</li>
-  <li>java.lang.annotation</li>
-  <li>java.lang.ref</li>
-  <li>java.lang.reflect</li>
-  <li>java.math</li>
-  <li>java.net</li>
-  <li>java.nio</li>
-  <li>java.nio.channels</li>
-  <li>java.nio.channels.spi</li>
-  <li>java.nio.charset</li>
-  <li>java.nio.charset.spi</li>
-  <li>java.security</li>
-  <li>java.security.acl</li>
-  <li>java.security.cert</li>
-  <li>java.security.interfaces</li>
-  <li>java.security.spec</li>
-  <li>java.sql</li>
-  <li>java.text</li>
-  <li>java.util</li>
-  <li>java.util.concurrent</li>
-  <li>java.util.concurrent.atomic</li>
-  <li>java.util.concurrent.locks</li>
-  <li>java.util.jar</li>
-  <li>java.util.logging</li>
-  <li>java.util.prefs</li>
-  <li>java.util.regex</li>
-  <li>java.util.zip</li>
-  <li>javax.crypto</li>
-  <li>javax.crypto.interfaces</li>
-  <li>javax.crypto.spec</li>
-  <li>javax.net</li>
-  <li>javax.net.ssl</li>
-  <li>javax.security.auth</li>
-  <li>javax.security.auth.callback</li>
-  <li>javax.security.auth.login</li>
-  <li>javax.security.auth.x500</li>
-  <li>javax.security.cert</li>
-  <li>javax.sql</li>
-  <li>javax.xml</li>
-  <li>javax.xml.parsers</li>
-  <li>org.w3c.dom</li>
-  <li>org.xml.sax</li>
-  <li>org.xml.sax.ext</li>
-  <li>org.xml.sax.helpers</li>
-</ul>
-
-<p>We only provide the core functionality of <code>XMLParser</code> and
-<code>DocumentBuilder</code> in the XML packages. Some methods dealing with XML
-schema were left out because we don't provide the corresponding packages.</p>
-
-<p>In addition to the aforementioned packages, we plan to support the following
-packages some time in the future. We currently have an unfinished
-implementation of 2D drawing and image processing.</p>
-
-<ul class="code">
-  <li>java.awt</li>
-  <li>java.awt.color</li>
-  <li>java.awt.event</li>
-  <li>java.awt.font</li>
-  <li>java.awt.geom</li>
-  <li>java.awt.im</li>
-  <li>java.awt.im.spi</li>
-  <li>java.awt.image</li>
-  <li>java.awt.image.renderable</li>
-  <li>javax.imageio</li>
-  <li>javax.imageio.event</li>
-  <li>javax.imageio.metadata</li>
-  <li>javax.imageio.plugins.bmp</li>
-  <li>javax.imageio.plugins.jpeg</li>
-  <li>javax.imageio.spi</li>
-  <li>javax.imageio.stream</li>
-</ul>
-
-<p style="margin-top: 50px">Copyright &copy; 2008 The Android Open Source
-Project</p>
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