[JSR-354] Re: Approaching JavaOne / next release
- From: Werner Keil <werner.keil@...>
- To: "jcurrency_mail@..." <jcurrency_mail@...>
- Subject: [JSR-354] Re: Approaching JavaOne / next release
- Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2013 01:39:33 +0200
Checked out the latest codebase on a new (Win8) box after the other one
broke down. As I hope to do a bit of "Night Hacking" at the Foo Hack in Foo
Cafe Malmö tomorrow night.
The issue isn't exactly like Chris faced it, maybe either of you actually
modified the POM for exactly that reason, but note, at least one Maven
plugin right now requires Maven 3.1.
I haven't seen it in NetBeans, but at least every stable build of Eclipse
with Embedded M2E still uses 3.0.4, so the build fails until you externally
add the 3.1 release.
If anybody also uses Eclipse launchers, note, this brought a path back I
eliminated some while ago changing it to EMBEDDED. I hope, it could be
resolved, e.g. if a lower version of the plugin would also still work.
If not, we might want to mention it in the Readme files and point out
minimal versions of Maven, should 3.1 be necessary.
On Wed, Aug 21, 2013 at 9:20 AM, Anatole Tresch <atsticks@...> wrote:
> Dear all
> I just added a few more lines of code to our RI. so now we have a
> Region API* with provides *regions *and
> *regional trees for ISO 2/3 letter codes* based on the Locale information
> and a full *CLDR region tree*.
> Additionally we have a *CLDR currency validity provider*, which allows to
> query currency validities, based on the data from the
> Currency validity providers: [*CLDR*]
> Currencies for Germany:
> *RelatedValidityInfo *[item=ISO-4217:*EUR*, ref=Deutschland [code: DE,
> type: TERRITORY],
> *from=1999-1-1 Europe/Berlin, to=-, *
> *RelatedValidityInfo *[item=ISO-4217:*DEM*, ref=Deutschland [code: DE,
> type: TERRITORY],* *
> *from=1948-6-20 Europe/Berlin, to=2002-2-28 Europe/Berlin, *
> Along with that I also added an initial version of a data
> (re)loader/updater, which by default does not access the internet, but can
> be configured to dynamically check for updates or may be triggered
> programmatically by client code as required. This part is for sure not yet
> finished or production ready, but at least partially functional (see above
> ;-) ).
> I also moved the validator artifacts to the extras package, I think they
> are better located there and it is a good idea to have the API parts
> So finally, I propose to freeze the API code we have so far. Feel free to
> recheck the current head (API) and give feedback until next Monday. I will
> try to accomodate the spec document to this code version and inform PMO
> that we plan to release our next release around week 2/3 of september
> (before JavaOne).
> *According to the next release, I would like to make a short "ballot"
> about your thinkings:*
> *- should we go for a second EDR release or should we go for the Public
> Draft Review?*
> *I think that with additional clarifications and extensions within the
> spec (also according feedback from the EDR must be considered), we can go
> for a PDR. All APIs seem quite stable and the RI has proven that the
> concepts so far are working well.*
> I also think it would be a good idea, when each, that may be capable of
> being helpful to achieve the next milestone would join our EG call on
> Friday (webex).
> Cheers and have a nice day!
> *Anatole Tresch*
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