First cut: java.lang.module, org.openjdk.jigsaw, jmod
Jonathan.Gibbons at Sun.COM
Mon Mar 2 18:52:27 PST 2009
While short term use of jopt-simple is fine, longer term it would
a departure in style for our command line tools, to be using the GNU-
--long-option style of options. I'm not saying that's a bad thing,
just a decision
we should make deliberately.
On Mar 2, 2009, at 4:00 PM, Mark Reinhold wrote:
> I've just pushed a rough first cut of the above-named components.
> Javadoc (nearly comment-free at the moment, I'm afraid) is available
> "jmod" is the command-line tool for manipulating module libraries.
> At the moment it can install modules, directly from a javac classes
> directory, and also list the modules in a library. See the unit
> tests in test/org/openjdk/jigsaw/cli for examples.
> I've integrated jopt-simple  for use in jmod as well as any other
> command-line tools we build. (Thanks to Paul Holser for writing such
> a clean, compact command-line parsing library!)
> - Mark
>  http://jopt-simple.sourceforge.net/
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