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rritoch at gmail.com
Tue Aug 25 16:07:31 UTC 2015
Anton & Blake,
One example feature that I hope to support is OSGI. Direct support for OSGI
will likely cause a significant performance loss. That is why I'm going to
do a quick optimization of the entire system before I start working on the
new features. I believe OSGI is scheduled to be included in Java 9, along
with some new packaging facilities which I also hope to support when I can
find adequate documentation on the subject. These are all features that
belong in a fork because they can and probably will have a negative impact
on the performance of applications that don't need those features. I hope
to make these features pluggable eventually, but hard coding them initially
is much easier.
Using ant instead of maven is also a limitation I'm not willing to accept.
Most of the people I've talked to think I should skip maven and go directly
to a gradle build system. Since gradle can utilize maven, maven is adequate
for most development needs at this point.
On Tue, Aug 25, 2015 at 11:59 PM, Anton Vodonosov <avodonosov at yandex.ru>
> 25.08.2015, 07:54, "Ralph Ritoch" <rritoch at gmail.com>:
> > Any future releases will no longer be based on improving ABCL but be for
> the purpose of better supporting modern application development.
> Modern application development?
> Could you say several more words about this?
> Best regards,
> - Anton
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