Jigsaw @ JavaOne 2015
forax at univ-mlv.fr
Wed Oct 28 11:56:11 UTC 2015
When creating a new application, using the prefix of the packages as name for a module seems intuitive and using '_' instead of '.' as separator inside the module name avoid the unecessary confusion for a human between a package and a module with the same name, it's just a code convention.
When retrofitting an old application, like by example the JDK, you will group packages that have no a common prefix name or the common prefix can be used for several modules, in that case, having a module named java.base but no package java.base.something seems counter intuitive, using '_' instead of '.' make clear that a module name is just a name.
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> De: "Mario Torre" <neugens.limasoftware at gmail.com>
> À: "Paul Benedict" <pbenedict at apache.org>
> Cc: jigsaw-dev at openjdk.java.net
> Envoyé: Mardi 27 Octobre 2015 23:41:05
> Objet: Re: Jigsaw @ JavaOne 2015
> 2015-10-27 22:13 GMT+01:00 Paul Benedict <pbenedict at apache.org>:
> > Thanks Mark. Great slides. I'd just like to throw out my impression (again)
> > that module names with dots look like packages. How receptive is the EG to
> > changing it to underscores?
> I think that this is the exact point, mapping to package seems quite
> intuitive as it represents directly the content of the module.
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