What about java.lang.invoke available in b136 ?
henri.gomez at gmail.com
Tue Apr 5 03:29:30 PDT 2011
Thanks to you Mike also for your reply.
The hard side for a non core developer or individual like me is to find infos about roadmap or planning, for example to know when a given feature will be implemented or backported from trunk to bsd-port, from bsd-port to mac-port.
And also the large portions of code injected in HG in a single shot.
Le 4 avr. 2011 à 21:30, Mike Swingler <swingler at apple.com> a écrit :
> On Apr 4, 2011, at 11:39 AM, John Rose wrote:
>> P.S. I am intentionally not commenting, because I don't know the details, of how Apple and Oracle and the community are dividing the work on bsd and macos. All I know is that intelligent people are working on keeping it sane and making it better.
> For right now, the macosx-port is generally merging upstream changes from the BSD port, since they are doing a great job of providing a stable branch off of the trunk. They fix up little issues that affect BSD and Darwin at the HotSpot and core-lib level that are different from Linux and Solaris - this allows us to focus on our hot mess of Objective-C code in the JDK.
> This means that the stock macosx-port is not going to be bleeding-edge for HotSpot or JDK features, but it's a stable base for us to port over the proprietary Apple Java SE 6 onto.
> Just an FYI as well, for the next month we probably won't ask for public code reviews of our changes, since we are largely porting chunks of our Java SE 6 implementation and we are trying to keep the process stream-lined. Once this initial bring-up period is over, we will switch over to a more traditional bug/review model of development, since most of the code from that point on will be new original content.
> Though, if you see any bugs that we need to be made aware of, please file them at: <http://java.net/jira/browse/MACOSX_PORT>!
> Mike Swingler
> Java Engineering
> Apple Inc.
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