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From Gary Gregory <garydgreg...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Java 7 and 8 features
Date Tue, 27 Oct 2015 16:57:30 GMT

What I see, is that most projects are struggling to move to Java 7, Java 8
seems out of range. There are a lot of opinions and both sides of each Java
version for and against. At the end of the day, it's about user feedback
and committer community involvement. The projects I help on also lack
manpower and maintaining more than one version is not I see folks wanting
to do. For myself, I usually want to work on the current version in
master/trunk and move that along. My work$ development is on Java 7 and
slated to switch to Java 8 in 2016 I would guess.


On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 9:37 AM, Oliver B. Fischer <o.b.fischer@swe-blog.net
> wrote:

> Hi Vinicius,
> it is mostly to allow people which are bound (for any reason) to older JDK
> versions to use our software. There is a plenty number of projects which
> are not able to use newer JDK versions. I know that this is a
>  controversial topic I think that the majority of us would like to use all
> these features. But we must not forget the people using our software in
> their daily work.
> BYe,
> Oliver
> Am 27.10.15 um 16:49 schrieb Vinicius CorrĂȘa de Almeida:
>> I analized some releases and i noticed that not using java 7 features like
>> multi catch and in java 8 do not use lambda expressions and others
>> features, so i came by this email to know why the developers not using
>> this
>> features?
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