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To provide some measures, core.net would bring additional 61KB. It should come with an additional plug-in supporting native proxy support, varying in size from 28KB to 33KB. The main purpose of the core.net.* is to provide proxy API. It also enables clients to use OS proxy settings transparently because it writes down discovered proxies to System.properites where they can be found by JSE protocol handlers.

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I am wondering what the rules are for projects to become part of the Eclipse RCP SDK.
Especially I am asking for the projects:
- core.net.*
- core.variables
which are not part of it although a lot of other core.* bundles are there.
 
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Stefan
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