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J2SE source download under JRL

Hello, I know some of you have been waiting a long time for access to javac sources. They can be downloaded here: http://java.sun.com/j2se/jrl_download.html
Peter von der Ahé
Nov 5, 2004
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jsr199 status

I have left Sun and now work at Google. Peter Ahe maintains javac at Sun, and is now the owner of this group. Peter will probably take on spec leadership for
Neal Gafter
Oct 12, 2004
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Re: JSR199, How goes it?

Huw- The J2SE 1.5 (Tiger) planning folks have further scaled back how much of something like JSR199 they want in Tiger. Now all that's going in to Tiger is a
Neal M Gafter
Sep 26, 2003
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Re: Welcome to the discussion group for JSR199 (standard API for Ja

... That is exactly right: the proposed simple tool API is little more than an abstraction of the entry point to the compiler. The "little more" is that you
Neal Gafter
Aug 17, 2003
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Updated API

I've updated the API to repond to a number of comments. David Flanagan's comments were typical of those I am responding to, so I've included his comments with
Neal Gafter
Aug 14, 2003
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Re: JSR 199 comments

... The mechanism for implementing a command (now tool) should not be specified in the API, as it is up to the vendor of a JDK to implement them however they
Neal Gafter
Aug 14, 2003
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Re: Welcome to the discussion group for JSR199 (standard API for Ja

... That would be nice. If there is no document outlining its design philosophy, that is not very conducive to taking it into account when researching existing
Olivier Lefevre
Aug 7, 2003
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Re: Welcome to the discussion group for JSR199 (standard API for Ja

I was only mentionning alternate APIs for the long term story when we want to address this JSR. There is no existing documentation reflecting the Eclipse
Philippe P Mulet
Aug 6, 2003
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Re: Welcome to the discussion group for JSR199 (standard API for Ja

... Oops, sorry. You may have said this earlier and I may have noted it but there is so little traffic on this list that I forgot ;-) ... You misunderstood me.
Olivier Lefevre
Jul 25, 2003
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Re: Welcome to the discussion group for JSR199 (standard API for Ja

Please, folks: when you reply to an email to this list, edit the recipient field. It defaults to javax_compiler_owner@yahoogroups.com, which means it only
Neal M Gafter
Jul 25, 2003
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Re: Welcome to the discussion group for JSR199 (standard API for Ja

The middle road approach suits us. The long term story should however consider existing alternate API, such as the one our Eclipse compiler provides as of
pmulet2003
Jul 25, 2003
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Re: Simplified API

... The basic constraints are time and resources. To be included in Tiger, we have to be substantially done with the spec and reference implementation by
Neal Gafter
Jun 25, 2003
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Using this mailing list

I've been getting some follow-up messages, but all of them in private email. Please make a point of sending your replies to the mailing list (if you're a
Neal Gafter
Jun 25, 2003
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Re: Welcome to the discussion group for JSR199 (standard API for Ja

... I think this is an excellent idea. ... This too is a good idea. However, different complers may have completely different command lines, which means a
Neal M Gafter
Jun 24, 2003
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Also...

I've also placed the draft simple API in the files section at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/javax_compiler/files/
Neal Gafter
Jun 23, 2003
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