gappletviewer - Load and runs an applet


   appletviewer [OPTION]... URL...

   appletviewer [OPTION]... -code CODE

   appletviewer [OPTION]... -plugin INPUT,OUTPUT


   The appletviewer tool loads and runs an applet.

   Use the first form to test applets specified by tag.  The URL should
   resolve to an HTML document from which the appletviewer will extract
   applet tags.  The APPLET, EMBED and OBJECT tags are supported.  If a
   given document contains multiple applet tags, all the applets will be
   loaded, with each applet appearing in its own window.  Likewise, when
   multiple URLs are specified, each applet tag instance is given its own
   window.  If a given document contains no recognized tags the
   appletviewer does nothing.


   Use the second form to test an applet in development.  This form allows
   applet tag attributes to be supplied on the command line.  Only one
   applet may be specified using the -code option.  The -code option
   overrides the URL form -- any URLs specified will be ignored.

           appletviewer -code Test.class -param datafile,data.txt

   gcjwebplugin uses the third form to communicate with the appletviewer
   through named pipes.



       This option is not yet implemented but is provided for

   -encoding CHARSET
       Use this option to specify an alternate character encoding for the
       specified HTML page.


   -code CODE
       Use the -code option to specify the value of the applet tag CODE

   -codebase CODEBASE
       Use the -codebase option to specify the value of the applet tag
       CODEBASE attribute.

   -archive ARCHIVE
       Use the -archive option to specify the value of the applet tag
       ARCHIVE attribute.

   -width WIDTH
       Use the -width option to specify the value of the applet tag WIDTH

   -height HEIGHT
       Use the -height option to specify the value of the applet tag
       HEIGHT attribute.

   -param NAME,VALUE
       Use the -param option to specify values for the NAME and VALUE
       attributes of an applet PARAM tag.


   -plugin INPUT,OUTPUT
       gcjwebplugin uses the -plugin option to specify the named pipe the
       appletviewer should use for receiving commands (INPUT) and the one
       it should use for sending commands to gcjwebplugin (OUTPUT).


       Use the -verbose option to have the appletviewer print debugging


       Use the -help option to have the appletviewer print a usage
       message, then exit.

       Use the -version option to have the appletviewer print its version,
       then exit.

       Use the -J option to pass OPTION to the virtual machine that will
       run the appletviewer.  Unlike other options, there must not be a
       space between the -J and OPTION.





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