Are the faster versions of HashMap and BigInteger going into jdk7?
joe.darcy at oracle.com
Sat Sep 3 00:44:15 UTC 2011
Alan Eliasen wrote:
> On 10/27/2009 01:12 AM, Alan Eliasen wrote:
>> On 10/23/2009 11:01 AM, Andrew John Hughes wrote:
>>> 6622432 is the one of the ones I just pointed to i.e. it's in JDK7.
>>> If Alan has a further patch and hasn't even submitted it for
>>> inclusion, it's obviously not in.
>> I had just queried Joe Darcy at Sun about reviewing my patches for
>> Karatsuba and Toom-Cook multiplication in BigInteger again last week.
>> His reply was:
>> "Yes, I apologize again for the repeated delays; I want to get your
>> Karatsuba work reviewed and integrated within this JDK 7 milestone (the
>> next few weeks)."
> How's this going? (2 years later.)
Sorry again for the repeated and long delays; the last two years have
been eventful in other areas.
As you may have seen, I've just recently pushed a large changeset
primarily addressing performance tuning in BigDecimal . With some
other large reviews I have oustanding and JavaOne, etc., I think I
should be able to have your BigInteger patches integrated into JDK 8 by
the end of the year.
After the changes are in JDK 8, it is possible for them to be backported
to the JDK 7 update train.
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