Search for "xawt" in folder "obj" results with no item.
Search for "xsql", "xsnd", "xrmi" and etc. gives to me the same result, but this DLLs appears in package.
I found in deep of java stack trace classes, wich compiled into "xmia" DLL (this classes used for serialization). This DLL invoked another DLLs ("xawt" and etc.)
But I solve this problem:
I learn how to JET compiled DLLs, find jet.prj for my jre and make some upgrade: move needed classes to "xkrn" DLL and recompile.
As result application memory usage becomes 23Mb (with all DLLs was 48Mb) and reduced package size.
Why super-differed packages like sun.applet and deep-end sun.security.provider packed into one DLL?
This is no good!
I hope that in JET 4.0 I'll do this operation without hacks.
But JET stills great thing (with my upgrade)!