CFV: Project Annotations Pipeline 2.0
maurizio.cimadamore at oracle.com
Mon Jun 30 23:08:53 UTC 2014
On 27/06/14 21:45, Jonathan Gibbons wrote:
> JDK 8 saw the introduction of three separate language features
> affecting annotations and annotation processing.
> * Annotations on Java Types 
> * Repeating Annotations 
> * Lambda Expressions , which introduced new positions for annotations
> Although these features were developed independently, there is
> non-trivial overlap between them, such as repeated type annotations on
> a parameter type in a lambda expression. In addition, these features
> all have to work well together with existing features such as the
> Annotation Processing API, Language Model API, and javadoc.
> The machinery within javac to handle these features needs to be improved.
> Therefore, I hereby propose the creation of Project Annotations
> Pipeline 2.0 with Joel Borggrén-Franck as the Lead and the Compiler
> group as the sponsoring group.
> In accordance with the OpenJDK guidelines , this project will
> provide a venue to explore improvements to the overall handling of
> annotations within the javac compilation pipeline. The project will be
> entirely focussed on improving the implementation of the existing
> language and API specifications, and is not intended as a venue to
> change or enhance these specifications.
> The initial Reviewers and Committers will be:
> * Jonathan Gibbons
> * Joel Borggrén-Franck
> * Maurizio Cimadamore
> * Eric McCorkle
> * Jan Lahoda
> * Alex Buckley
> Initial Authors will be
> * Werner Dietl
> * Steve Sides
> * Andrey Eremeev
> The project will host the following mailing list for developers:
> * anno-pipeline-dev
> The initial source of this project will be based on a clone of a JDK 9
> repository. Changes from the JDK 9 parent will be synced into
> Annotations Pipeline 2.0 periodically. Similar to Project Lambda, we
> will follow a "commit first, review later" policy, as code will not
> flow directly from the Annotations Pipeline 2.0 repositories into the
> JDK repositories, but instead will be done by a "curated merge" where
> select changes are extracted into new changesets for incorporation
> into JDK repositories when they are ready for inclusion.
> Votes are due by July 11, 2014, 5PM PDT.
> Only current OpenJDK Members  are eligible to vote on this
> motion. Votes must be cast in the open on the discuss list.
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>  http://openjdk.java.net/jeps/120
>  https://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=335
>  http://openjdk.java.net/projects/#new-project
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>  http://openjdk.java.net/projects/#new-project-vote
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