RFR (S) CR 8014966: Add the proper Javadoc to @Contended
martinrb at google.com
Tue May 28 20:38:47 UTC 2013
We don't use closing html tags for things like <p> in javadoc.
+ * in concurrent contexts in which each instance of the annotated
+ * object is often accessed by a different thread.</p>
Hmmm... makes it sound like it applies even if each instance is
thread-confined (in a different thread) or is immutable. "objects" are not
Maybe "instances of the annotated class are frequently accessed by multiple
threads and have fields that are frequently written".
Subclassing makes things tricky. I think it would be pretty common to want
a subclass field to be in the same contention group as a superclass
however, remain in force for all
+ * superclass and subclass instances
"remain in force for superclass instances" doesn't make sense to me. Do
you mean "remain in force when fields are inherited in subclasses"
Do we want final fields to be explicitly exempt from being treated as
contended? Or is that Quality of Implementation? Do we want to insert the
word "non-final" in "all the unannotated fields"
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