Compiling Java 9 (take 2)
alex.buckley at oracle.com
Sat Jan 14 01:38:22 UTC 2017
On 1/13/2017 3:52 PM, Stephan Herrmann wrote:
> Speaking of which, I'm confused by these sentences:
> "The host system is free to decide that a compilation unit containing a
> module declaration is not, in fact, associated with the module declared
Should be "an observable compilation unit containing a ...". Per 7.3,
once you've decided a compilation unit is observable, then if it
contains a module declaration you're required to associate the c.u. with
the declared module and not with (say) java.base. And if the c.u. is not
observable then associated-with is moot.
> "A modular compilation unit consists of a module declaration, optionally
> preceded by import declarations."
> "An observable modular compilation unit is associated with the module
> that it declares."
> If "compilation unit containing a module declaration" and "modular
> compilation unit"
> is the same thing, then it is associated with the module declared
> therein, and may
> at the same time not be associated with it.
> What am I missing?
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