JDK 11 enters Rampdown Phase One next week

jesper.wilhelmsson at oracle.com jesper.wilhelmsson at oracle.com
Thu Jun 28 15:23:27 UTC 2018

Testing has been started.
The last changes that made it in before JDK 11 FC was JDK-8137164, JDK-8206004, JDK-8205956.

No new builds will be produced from jdk/jdk until after the jdk-12+0 tag and corresponding version string changes etc has been put in place.


> On 28 Jun 2018, at 15:54, jesper.wilhelmsson at oracle.com wrote:
> Just a reminder that this happens in just over one hour from now.
> We will pick a build just after the deadline and run a series of tests on it (tiers 1-3) before adding the tag jdk12+0. Once that is done the JDK 11 stabilization repo will be created. Running the tests will take a few hours so have patience and please do not push any changes intended for JDK 12 until the tag has been pushed. I will keep you updated of our progress.
> Thanks,
> /Jesper
>> On 22 Jun 2018, at 18:42, mark.reinhold at oracle.com wrote:
>> JDK 11 enters Rampdown Phase One next week, on Thursday, 28 June.
>> Changes intended for JDK 11 should be in the main-line repository
>> (http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk/jdk) or the client repository
>> (jdk/client), by 15:00 UTC on that day [1].
>> At that time we’ll fork jdk/jdk to the JDK 11 stabilization repository,
>> jdk/jdk11, and promote next week’s build (jdk-11+20) and all remaining
>> JDK 11 builds from there.
>> We'll semi-automatically merge changes pushed to jdk/jdk11 into the
>> main-line jdk/jdk repository, as we did for the transitions from 9
>> to 10 and 10 to 11.  This means that:
>> - If you make a change in JDK 11 then you needn't do any extra
>>   work to get it into the main line, though if a merge conflict
>>   arises then you might be asked to help resolve it.
>> - If you need to make a change in both JDK 11 and the main line
>>   then just push it to JDK 11, and wait for the automatic merge
>>   to complete.
>> Changes pushed into the jdk/jdk or jdk/client repositories after 15:00
>> UTC next Thursday will be destined for JDK 12 unless they're back-ported.
>> The jdk/submit repo will continue to be for main-line (jdk/jdk) work.
>> We’ll set up a jdk/submit11 repo for jdk/jdk11 work.
>> The Rampdown Phase One process will be similar to that of JDK 10,
>> as proposed in JEP 3 [2].
>> - Mark
>> [1] https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=JDK+11+Rampdown+Phase+One&iso=20180628T15
>> [2] http://openjdk.java.net/jeps/3

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