Idea from today's JCP EC call
sadhak001 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 14 18:26:25 UTC 2017
>From a tech point of view how would you want to scan these - a cron job
that wakes up every few hours and lists all the repos/projects and new ones
since the last run ?
Also what is the plan for non-github repositories.
Ps: feel free to pm me if necessary
On Tue, 14 Mar 2017 16:41 Ben Evans, <benjamin.john.evans at gmail.com> wrote:
> On today's EC call, we had an update from Rory about outreach to
> open-source projects to help ensure testing on JDK 9.
> One question that came up is - can we get some better sense as to
> which projects are actually creating modules and going "Java 9
> native", as opposed to producing Java 9-compatible jars and running
> under legacy classloading?
> Two places that we thought we could start with are:
> * BigQuery on Github - to detect use of Java 9 keywords or module-info.java
> * Module files appearing in public artifact repositories
> I think it would be really useful to help get an idea of how widely
> adopted modules really are.
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