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[jsr361-observers] [jsr361-experts] Re: JIRA Issues

  • From: Volker Bauche < >
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  • Subject: [jsr361-observers] [jsr361-experts] Re: JIRA Issues
  • Date: Mon, 06 Jan 2014 17:30:15 +0100
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Hi Werner, all,

happy new year to all of you also from my side.
Werner, thanks for your comments.
Pls. find answers inline below (for both of Werner's emails).

Best regards -
Volker

Am 31.12.2013 13:58, schrieb Werner Keil:

Dear Volker/all,

Thanks for the summary. As I was travelling during the call I appreciate the update.

There is at least one detail I'd like to point out here, before creating a JIRA ticket. EventManager.getSystemEvents() actually returns a String array, so something like getSystemEventNames() could be more logical.

Agreed, will change the name.

The getCurrent() method is a bit short, but for an EventManager it sounds understandable it'll return events, thus I don't mind the naming here.

Ok, keep it as is.

Happy New Year,
Werner



Am 31.12.2013 14:01, schrieb Werner Keil:

Two more things, why is null for PowerManager.getInstance() not necessary, is it always assumed to be present?

Yes, as the whole power management package is optional, in case it is implemented it can be assumed a power manager to be available.

And in the JavaDoc of e.g. EventManager schouldn't example package names like "com.sun" be rephrased, or do we prefer to quote the original Java specs here?;-)

Good point. ;-)
Have changed the example, also at another place in the spec where I still found a "com.sun".

Kind Regards,
Werner




[jsr361-observers] [jsr361-experts] Re: JIRA Issues

Volker Bauche 01/06/2014

[jsr361-observers] [jsr361-experts] Re: Re: JIRA Issues

Werner Keil 01/09/2014
 
 
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