OpenJDK 8u40 nroff files are once again up for review
mandy.chung at oracle.com
Tue Jan 27 23:19:38 UTC 2015
On 1/27/15 7:24 AM, raymond gallardo wrote:
> Hello Reviewers,
> As part of the OpenJDK review processes, and the next Java SE 8u40
> release, the OpenJDK nroff files for Java tools are up for review.
> Please respond by *Thursday, January 29*.
> The webrev is available here:
The change for JDK-8068751 in the java man page looks fine.
> Please provide your feedback by Thursday, January 29.
> The following sections describe what kinds of review comments we're
> looking for and what has changed for Java SE 8u40. Please contact us
> if you have any questions.
> Summary of Changes
> Scope of Review
> Provide Feedback
> *Summary of Changes*
> Technical content changes related to JDK 8 features have been made.
> These changes have already been reviewed by the engineer responsible
> for each feature.
> HTML documentation for Java tools has also been generated, which has
> the same content as the nroff files up for review, and which will be
> available on download.java.net.
> The following lists significant changes made to the Java tool nroff
> pages for this release as well as the engineer who reviewed the content.
> JDK-8059929: Document changes to tiered compilation and code cache
> size options (Vladimir Kozlov)
> JDK-8068751: Document the option -XX:+CheckEndorsedAndExtDirs flag in
> java launcher man page (Mandy Chung)
> JDK-8062100: removed unsupported options so that doc would match
> output of jjs -h (Hannes Wallnoefer
> Reformatted text
> *Scope of Review*
> Please provide a sanity check of content as opposed to reviewing the
> nroff markup itself.
> A line-by-line comparison between the html and nroff versions is not
> *Provide Feedback*
> Please indicate your approval and provide feedback by e-mail by
> *Thursday, January 29*
> All feedback will be triaged. Severe technical inaccuracies and other
> small bugs will be fixed. Due to Java SE 8u40 release plan deadlines,
> bugs will be filed for large scale changes and will most likely be
> handled in a future update release.
> Thank you,
> The Java SE Documentation Team
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