RFR: jsr166 jdk10 integration wave 3

Martin Buchholz martinrb at google.com
Thu Sep 21 20:41:08 UTC 2017

Within a household, there's -chan and -kun

On Thu, Sep 21, 2017 at 12:36 PM, John Rose <john.r.rose at oracle.com> wrote:

> On Sep 21, 2017, at 10:50 AM, Martin Buchholz <martinrb at google.com> wrote:
> NonNestmates does have nested classes, but they need to be non-nestmates of
> the invoking test code.  I don't think we have a word for birds that are
> not in the same nest.  Japanese has
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uchi-soto
> so .... Soto.java ?
> "One for whom household honorifics is inappropriate."
> Nice.  So C.N and C may refer to each other as "C-san"
> and "C.N-san", reflecting their nestmate privileges.
> But they both refer to "D" as "D".
> The distinction of outsider vs. insider works in
> English as well.
> Hmmm, we have so many colorful terms for an
> outsider that tries to be an insider:  impostor,
> interloper, crasher, bounder, poser…   And
> among birds, the cuckoo does this.

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