"Indy by default" doesn't mean anything. It's either "get rid of old call site caching/only keep indy" or, "keep as is".Last time we tentatively started a discussion on what should be in Groovy 3 or not, we talked about upgrading to Java 8 minimally. If this happens, then we can use indy only and get rid of the "old" call site caching. But I also mentioned back then that we MUST perform benchmarks to make sure the performance of this version is as good as the previous one. Especially, I recall there were performance regressions in some areas (primitive handling, for example).Also, bumping to Java 8 only may be an issue for some. At least, it would prevent Gradle from upgrading to Groovy 3. Which may, or may not be an issue.2017-05-29 8:20 GMT+02:00 Mario Garcia <email@example.com>:+1 Indy by defaultCheersMario2017-05-28 14:43 GMT+02:00 Jennifer Strater <firstname.lastname@example.org>:+1Regards,JennOn Sun, May 28, 2017 at 2:22 PM, Daniel Sun <email@example.com> wrote:+1 for setting indy by default.
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