Jigsaw Hackday in London - Anything in particular you want us to look at?
vitalyd at gmail.com
Tue Jun 23 15:45:50 UTC 2015
Yes, but until all the "safe" replacements are in place and vetted (e.g.
performance is on par with Unsafe, same functionality is available, etc), I
don't see the point of making it even more annoying to grab hold of. The
people who are using it will continue using it until the replacements are
available, and this is just going to annoy them. Personally, I'd keep it
at javac complaining about its use during compilation, and only add
additional flag/burden once you're ready for people to move away from it
On Tue, Jun 23, 2015 at 11:32 AM, <mark.reinhold at oracle.com> wrote:
> 2015/6/23 7:33 -0700, vitalyd at gmail.com:
> > Yup, I've seen that but that depends on a few JEPs and large undertakings
> > that aren't part of java 9 release, AFAIK.
> Some are, but some aren't.
> It will be possible to continue using sun.misc.Unsafe in JDK 9, but to
> do so you'll have to use a new command-line flag, or the reflection API,
> and (as always) such usage is unsupported and at your own risk.
> - Mark
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