JEP 110 - Violating Naming Convention ?
rahman.usta.88 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 17 13:51:18 UTC 2016
Thank you Pavel, this uncommon usage looks to me very weird.
I hope it could be re-evaluated again.
2016-08-17 16:29 GMT+03:00 Pavel Rappo <pavel.rappo at oracle.com>:
> The correct mailing list for issues in java.net area would be
> net-dev at openjdk.java.net
> IMO, these conventions are just guidelines. One can override them in some
> circumstances where it makes a lot of sense. Yes, the barrier for
> should be high. I believe this is one of the cases.
> > On 17 Aug 2016, at 14:12, Rahman USTA <rahman.usta.88 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello;
> > I'm trying the new HTTP/2 Client API. For example I have a sample code
> > below;
> > HttpResponse response = HttpRequest
> > .create(URI.create("https://istanbul-jug.org"))
> > .GET()
> > .response();
> > System.out.println(response.body(HttpResponse.asString()));
> > It works excepted, however I see that the method name GET is written
> > uppercase. I have never seen this usage yet anywhere in Java. Is that a
> > right usage in Java?
> > Thanks.
> > --
> > Rahman USTA
> > Istanbul JUG
> > https://github.com/rahmanusta <http://www.kodcu.com/>
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