ARM API Support
forax at univ-mlv.fr
Thu Jun 24 07:42:50 PDT 2010
Le 24/06/2010 02:08, Joe Darcy a écrit :
> The initial API changes to support the Project Coin feature automatic
> resource management (ARM) blocks have been pushed into JDK 7  and
> will appear in subsequent builds. The corresponding compiler changes to
> support the actual language feature remain in progress.
> The initial API work to support ARM was divided into two pieces,
> essential API support and retrofitting platform classes. The essential
> support includes:
> * A new interface java.lang.AutoCloseable which defines a single method
> void close() throws Exception
> * A new enum constant in the language model:
> * Methods on java.lang.Throwable to add and retrieve information about
> suppressed exceptions, including printing out suppressed exceptions in
> stack traces.
> The retrofitting includes:
> * Having java.io.Closeable extend java.lang.AutoCloseable. (From a
> typing perspective, a subtype of AutoCloseable can be declared to throw
> fewer exceptions than the supertype. Therefore is is fine for the close
> method in AutoCloseable to throw Exception and the close method in
> Closeable to throw the more specific IOException. It would even be fine
> for the close method in a subtype of AutoCloseable to be declared to
> throw no exceptions at all.)
> * Adding a close method to java.nio.channels.FileLock and having
> FileLock implement AutoCloseable.
> * Adding Closeable as an interface implemented by
> Other platform classes may be retrofitted to implement AutoCloseable or
> Closable in future builds.
> Compared to the API support in earlier versions of the ARM proposal, the
> top-level interface to mark participation in ARM is in package java.lang
> rather than its own package and, after consultation with the JDBC and
> graphics teams, neither java.sql.* nor java.awt.Graphics were
> retrofitted for ARM.
>  http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/tl/jdk/rev/c4d60bcce958
There is a bug in printStackTrace(PrintStreamOrWriter)
Set<Throwable> dejaVu = new HashSet<Throwable>();
Set<Throwable> dejaVu = Collections.newSetFromMap(
The current code doesn't work as expected if an exception overrides
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