Any native WatchService implementation planned on Mac OS X for JDK9?
christopherbrown06 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 8 10:35:45 UTC 2014
This is a follow up to a thread I started on an incorrect list:
Apparently, JDK-7133447 "(fs) Need WatchService optimized for MacOSX " is
marked as "Resolved" (as a duplicate). I can't seem to determine where I
should look (what is it a duplicate of?). It doesn't seem to be a
duplicate MACOSX_PORT-208 (that seems to be the origin). There's a
reference to JI-9000729 but I don't know how to view that.
In any case, if there's something to test already, I'm happy to try it
out. If not, it would be helpful to know if it's planned for a specific
JDK9 build because current workarounds all have big shortcomings.
Thanks in advance for any help. Below (for information), I've copied the
messages from the original thread).
On 8 August 2014 11:55, Alan Bateman wrote:
> On 08/08/2014 07:43, Christopher Brown wrote:
>> First of all, I've just subscribed to the list and I hope this is the
>> correct place (if not, please advise, I tried to pick the most suitable
>> from http://mail.openjdk.java.net/mailman/listinfo based on list
>> Following on from this message:
>> (on a list which is apparently no longer active as the Mac OS X "port"
>> project is complete and Mac OS X development is now "just one supported
>> platform among many")
>> ...I am trying to find out if any native WatchService implementation
>> planned on Mac OS X for JDK9, and if I can help test?
> There are a couple of remaining areas where the OS X port isn't on par
with the other platforms, this is one of them. The right list is nio-dev.
The issue tracking it is JDK-7133447.
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