JRE, JNI & Finishing the AWT work
I just novice with AWT internals. Couldn't somobody hint me how to finish
all AWT threads (EventQueue, Screen Updater, TimerQueue and so forth)
without System.exit() being executed cause it destroys the Java Virtual
Machine. I've embeded Sun's JVM into the Windows application through JNI and
can't properly finish AWT threads. The main application is redefined the
JDK1_1InitArgs.exit field during the JVM creation and does now nothing.
There must be the way to normal finish the AWT threads from inside of JVM
and redefined exit() must be remained blank, it seems, cause exit() is
called in the context of JVM native thread and can't stop or destroy itself
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