JEP draft: Identity Warnings for Inline Class Candidates
daniel.smith at oracle.com
Thu Jul 9 05:47:45 UTC 2020
> On Jul 8, 2020, at 5:37 PM, Alan Malloy <amalloy at google.com> wrote:
> I had to squint a fair bit at "to use the new bytecode" before I realized that new is intended to be monospaced, referring specifically to the JVM bytecode instruction named new. At first I thought it was somehow talking about "bytecode that is new" in general, e.g. classfiles that were compiled recently could be "new" in some sense. Is there some way to refer specifically to bytecode instructions?
Haha, yeah, 'new' is monospaced, but it's so short that the font change is subtle. Changed to "the opcode 'new'", which is hopefully a little less ambiguous.
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