It sounds like it would be easier to keep the files in the JDK then. 
I'll wait for other comments before I redo the patch.

On 10/14/16 12:28 PM, Phil Race wrote:
> One big problem I see with this is that it means they will only be
> available under the GPL license
> as they will not be in an Oracle JDK which strips the GPL
> So if you are going to do this then these files first need to be
> dual-licensed
> because otherwise people can't link their commercial products with these.
> -phil.
> On 10/14/2016 08:51 AM, Pete Brunet wrote:
>> Please review the following.
>> The .h files and .c file provided to allow Assistive Technology to
>> interface to the Java Access Bridge API are being removed from the built
>> JRE/JDK images.  They are not used much and they can be obtained online
>> via the OpenJDK web site.  The pubs will be updated to mention the
>> location of the files.
>> Since there is a .c file in this group of files the directory structure
>> has been changed slightly to remove the include directory.
>> There was one file missing from the group of files needed by developers
>> and that was moved from the common to the bridge directory.
>> The make was updated in response to the above.
>> Bug:
>> Webrev:

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