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From "Michael Gentry" <>
Subject Re: Java 6 [Was: Cayenne and JAX-WS / JAXB]
Date Tue, 27 May 2008 13:24:59 GMT
That seems like a rather short period for Java 1.5.  We are just now
starting to incorporate some Java 1.5 features here (I convinced them
to switch).  Java 1.6 is not an option here yet (Apple didn't release
it for Tiger).  I guess we'll get squeezed by Sun and Apple.  :-)

I'm kind of looking forward to Java 1.7.  Apparently they are going to
allow "void" to auto-return "this" so that you can daisy-chain
setters.  (Something I loved in Objective-C until Distributed Objects
changed everything.)


On Tue, May 27, 2008 at 7:15 AM, Andrus Adamchik <> wrote:
> I don't disagree with that (although check the EOL note here [1]), still
> this shouldn't matter. Consider that Cayenne being Java 1.4 in the recent
> past did not prevent us from fully supporting enums. The mechanism to
> develop and test multi-JDK extensions is there, so if we see a benefit, we
> can easily start adding Java6-only features.
> To me personally the turning point in my interest in Java 6 was Apple
> releasing the JDK for Mac about a month ago. Until then I didn't bother to
> look this way.
> Andrus
> [1]

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