Open a browser from a Java application on Windows, Unix, or Macintosh.
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// Initialize the class. // Needs to be done once. Browser.init(); // Display this page Browser.displayURL("http://ostermiller.org/utils/Browser.html");
There is also a configuration dialog box (Swing) that can be used in GUI applications that use this class. This allows users to choose their own browser or command line which should be used to open the url. The default command line parsing in Java tokenizes only on spaces. This class uses a custom command line parser that allows quoted strings and escape characters so that the command line to the browser can be specified more easily on a variety of platforms.
The original idea for this class came from a JavaWorld Java Tip. That implementation has some serious problems:
Locale specific string for this class are in the com.Ostermiller.util.Browser resource bundle. Translations are welcome and appreciated.
OstermillerUtil Java Utilities Copyright (c) 2001-2020 by Stephen Ostermiller and other contributors
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