[JSR-354] Re: Approaching JavaOne / next release
- From: Anatole Tresch <atsticks@...>
- To: "jcurrency_mail@..." <jcurrency_mail@...>
- Subject: [JSR-354] Re: Approaching JavaOne / next release
- Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2013 14:24:36 +0200
Let us compare for what has been changed. I personally was focusing on code
and spec only...
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Am 23.08.2013 um 01:39 schrieb Werner Keil <werner.keil@...>:
> Dear Anatole/all,
> 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
>> functional 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 CLDR
>> Currency validity providers: [CLDR]
>> Currencies for Germany:
>> RelatedValidityInfo [item=ISO-4217:EUR, ref=Deutschland [code: DE, type:
>> from=1999-1-1 Europe/Berlin, to=-,
>> RelatedValidityInfo [item=ISO-4217:DEM, ref=Deutschland [code: DE, type:
>> 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
>> Java Lead Engineer, JSR Spec Lead
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