7121110 : JAXP 1.4.5 update 1 for 7u4 & jaxp source in jdk7 repo
huizhe.wang at oracle.com
Wed Dec 28 01:24:51 UTC 2011
For now, I'm only monitoring commits at jaxp-sources.java.net. I know I'll
have to watch for more aliases once we put the sources in. For the past
experiences though, there weren't that much interest in patching jaxp.
We got only a couple through JIRA and jaxp issuetracker.
JDK8 modularization would definitely complicate the source structure.
We'll know better probably by March next year when we have done some work.
The endorsed mechanism is the main reason we stayed back on the older
Java API and language. Indeed, once we put the sources in the same
repository, it's probably harder to resist the temptation of new
features. We can evaluate when it comes.
On 12/27/2011 12:46 PM, Kelly O'Hair wrote:
> In terms of monitoring the changes made to the jaxp sources, being in it's own repository makes that easy.
> You can easily scan the changesets made to the repository and see when strange changesets appear at
> If we folded the jaxp sources into the jdk repository, that becomes harder, but has other benefits which will
> probably become more apparent as the jigsaw project gets integrated.
> The other issue is how dependent the jaxp sources become on newer features in the jdk8 javac or apis.
> Historically, your jaxp sources had to stay back on the older Java api and language, not sure how that
> will change going forward, or if it will. Again, that's a little easier when it's part of the jdk repository where
> the new apis are in the same repository. But we can deal with that when the time comes.
> On Dec 27, 2011, at 10:21 AM, Joe Wang wrote:
>> Thanks Kelly!
>> Indeed, that was the original intention when you designed the bundle process. Besides the unfortunate download problem, it actually works great in terms of guaranteeing that we have one single editable source.
>> Next, maybe we could start to work on migrating the jaxp project source into the jdk. But it's the holiday season, we don't have to think too hard :). In the meantime, we just have to make sure patches are applied to the jaxp project first (through JIRA report for example) since that's how our dev/test process is set up.
>> On 12/24/2011 8:56 AM, Kelly O'Hair wrote:
>>> Looks great to me.
>>> There is still the issue of making sure the right people (like you :^) are the ones patching this code, so we know
>>> what we have matches the public JAXP project.
>>> On Dec 23, 2011, at 1:27 PM, Joe Wang wrote:
>>>> Hi All,
>>>> We have prepared a jaxp update for 7u4. The listed changes have been posted to the jdk7u-dev alias with "7u4 Request for approval for CR 7121110 - JAXP 1.4.5 update 1 for 7u4".
>>>> With this update, we are adding jaxp sources back into the jdk7 repository, which means we are abandoning the jaxp bundle download process. This is a significant change. We'd like to hear if you have any concerns. If no objection, we'd like to push the change within the next week.
>>>> The webrev is here: http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~joehw/jaxp145u1-changeset/webrev/
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