sundararajan.athijegannathan at oracle.com
Thu Jun 18 15:59:24 UTC 2015
My understanding is that the new file won't have old copyright year
(2011 in this case).
On Thursday 18 June 2015 09:20 PM, Jan Lahoda wrote:
> On 18.6.2015 16:40, A. Sundararajan wrote:
>> * jdk/make/lib/Lib-jdk.jline.gmk
>> has copyright year 2011, 2015 despite being a new file. Any
>> specific reason?
> I copied one of the existing files in the directory to just adjusted
> it for jdk.jline. So I kept the copyright years there - what is the
> right thing to do here?
>> * jdk.jline depends on java.desktop. Is that needed by the code by jline
>> code? I am asking because Nashorn requires only "compact 1" profile so
>> far and so can be used on compact1 embedded platforms. If desktop
>> dependency is needed, I guess nashorn has to use it reflectively...
> JLine uses java.awt.event.ActionListener (which can be registered as
> callbacks - this could be somewhat tricky), java.awt.datatransfer (to
> implement paste), and java.awt.Toolkit (to get the Clipboard). I can
> take a look what could be done about that if needed.
> Thanks for the comments!
>> +1 from nashorn point of view.
>> On Thursday 18 June 2015 07:55 PM, Jan Lahoda wrote:
>>> I am proposing to add JLine 2.12.1 into the jdk repository for use by
>>> the Java and Nashorn REPLs. Full patch is available here:
>>> To aid the review, I've split this patch into to smaller patches:
>>> -a patch that only adds unmodified jline sources at appropriate places
>>> in the jdk repository:
>>> -a patch that shows the additional changes I've done:
>>> This split is intended solely to simplify reviewing, my plan is to
>>> integrate this as a single patch.
>>> The main additional changes are:
>>> -plugging the new module, jdk.jline, into the JDK build. Currently,
>>> the JLine packages are exported only to jdk.scripting.nashorn (the
>>> plan is to also export them to the future jdk.jshell module). (The
>>> patch is not adding the dependency from jdk.scripting.nashorn to
>>> jdk.jline, though - I expect that to be added when needed.)
>>> -the sources are re-packaged from package "jline" to
>>> -removing trailing whitespace, adding newlines at the end of the
>>> files, encoding characters that are not ASCII
>>> -avoiding the dependency on another library, jansi, by reimplementing
>>> two elements that were used from the other library. These are mainly
>>> the changes in WindowsTerminal and ConsoleReader.java. This also
>>> includes the WindowsTerminal.cpp native library. The native part is
>>> heavily inspired by:
>>> As I am not experienced in native programming, comments to the native
>>> part would be particularly useful.
>>> -changes to resolve javac warnings in JLine.
>>> -tests for some of the added functionality.
>>> Any comments are welcome!
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