This empty module allows the bootclasspath classes in org.glassfish.grizzly.npn to be available via the OSGi classloading mechanisms. Using GlassFish as an example: - grizzly-npn-bootstrap.jar goes into the domain's bootclasspath (-Xbootclasspath/p:[PATH TO THE JAR]) - grizzly-npn-osgi and grizzly-spdy JARs go into the $GF_HOME/modules directory.

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DateJan 18, 2017
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Ryan Lubkerlubke<at>java.netrlubkeOracle Corporation

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