[jdom-interest] jdom and dom4j
bytecode at Phreaker.net
Tue Jun 18 07:39:40 PDT 2002
I agree. The fact that the JSR has not moved an inch on the JCP
page in a years time (Expert group is being formed) speaks for itslef.
JSR's have known to be abandoned in the past... so I wouldnt put
too much weight behind this.
bob mcwhirter wrote:
> > The fact JDOM is going through the JCP process as an official JSR isn't
> > mentioned either.
> I thought we'd gone over this a few times, and decided that the JSR status
> was basically meaningless?
> Am I wrong, or is the fact JDOM is a JSR only means that JDOM will be using
> the JCP for its own development, but implies nothing regarding the "Java
> Standard". If/when JSR 102 reaches maturity, will org.jdom.* become
> a part of the JDK or JAXPacks? (or, renamed to javax.xml.tree.*, or
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