The problem was apparently that the code itself was organized into too many folders:

Once the jurors manage to open the files, what they’ll find is millions of lines of code, inscrutable to any of them who are not programmers. Perhaps the code will help clarify what the APIs are, or whether Google’s use of them was fair. Perhaps it won’t. Either way, the only things at stake are the $9 billion Oracle is seeking, and the future of software development.

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