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> On 2018. Jun 11., at 23:26, Jesus Luzon <jluzon at riotgames.com> wrote:
> Is there any way to reply to a thread before I was subscribed? I'm pretty much a noob when it comes to this mailing list process.
> As for the deprecation, we use Nashorn heavily for our Edge transformation layers and would need to find something that's at least backwards compatible with our use case. Our use case is actually quite simple so I think it would be easy to get functionality again, but would rather find something that will last more than a few years without heavy maintenance.
> On Mon, Jun 11, 2018 at 1:56 PM, Attila Szegedi <szegedia at gmail.com <mailto:szegedia at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Hey folks,
> the best thing you can do is answer to this thread on jdk-dev mailing list: <http://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/jdk-dev/2018-June/001338.html <http://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/jdk-dev/2018-June/001338.html>>. The JEP is a candidate, and they’re gathering feedback there. If there’s a lot of community feedback saying people use and depend on Nashorn, it’ll be taken into consideration. Lots of people have already chimed in on that thread already saying they rely on Nashorn. If you can re-post your below messages in that thread, it’d be the best. If you are not subscribed to jdk-dev, you can do so at <http://mail.openjdk.java.net/mailman/listinfo/jdk-dev <http://mail.openjdk.java.net/mailman/listinfo/jdk-dev>>.
> Paulo, your specific experience of already having tried to replace Nashorn with GraalVM.js might be particularly significant.
> Best regards,
> > On 2018. Jun 11., at 21:35, Paulo Lopes <pmartins at redhat.com <mailto:pmartins at redhat.com>> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > As the "core" developer of JS support for Vert.x this is quite some
> > shocking news as the project really relies on Nashorn for JS support.
> > I've been spending many hours to get GraalVM.js working and to some
> > extent we can run some unmodified application with it, but we're not
> > there yet. For example Nashorn dynalink and Multi threading support are
> > not there yet.
> > It would be nice to hear what's the ETA for the removal, will project
> > Detroit provide a JS script engine (ala Nashorn and will it be
> > available as a replacement?)...
> > Cheers,Paulo
> > On Mon, 2018-06-11 at 14:50 -0300, João Paulo Varandas wrote:
> >> Hello Yikes. Well pointed... that is a drag indeed.
> >> Any news on those questions?
> >> We are completely reliant to this feature in our platform, a lot
> >> ofsoftware customization is made using ECMAScript and runs on top
> >> ofNashorn/JDK8 currently. I was surprised and scared when I saw
> >> that.Hopefully, Jim will bring us good news.
> >> On Thu, Jun 7, 2018 at 9:31 AM, yikes aroni <yikesaroni at gmail.com <mailto:yikesaroni at gmail.com>>
> >> wrote:
> >> Hi i just read that Nashorn is being deprecated (JEP 335<http://openj <http://openj/>
> >> dk.java.net/jeps/335 <http://dk.java.net/jeps/335>>). First of all, that is a drag. Two(ish)
> >> questions:
> >> 1) So what is the last planned release of Nashorn? J9? It wasnt'
> >> clear fromthe JEP.
> >> 2) Is this deprecation specifically to make room for GraalJS? That
> >> is, isit the Oracle plan to sideline Nashorn and push forward GraalJS
> >> afully-supported, not-just-for-research GraalJS?
> >> Thanks. Important stuff to know for planning for projects dependent
> >> onNashorn / JS support in the JVM!
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