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From Thomas Mueller <muel...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: [jr3 Microkernel] compiler settings in pom.xml
Date Wed, 01 Feb 2012 08:41:05 GMT
Hi,

>There *is* such things as immutable collections.

Actually, there are two kinds of immutable collections:

(a) read-only
(b) copy-on-write

For (a) Java has built-in support, while for (b) there is only
java.util.concurrent.CopyOnWrite*. For copy-on-write collections, usually
add and remove methods return a new collection. If we need more (b), such
as maps, we might want to add an external library or write our own (where
performance and memory usage is critical). But even then, we don't really
need a new programming language. Actually, there is a bit of (b) in the
Jackrabbit 3 sandbox already (org.apache.jackrabbit.mk.mem.NodeImpl,
methods createClone and cloneAnd*).

Regards,
Thomas


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