[jdom-interest] JDOM 1.1 released! - thinking JDOM2

Jason Hunter jhunter at servlets.com
Thu Nov 29 14:31:45 PST 2007

OK, sounds like you're a pro at this so go for it.

If you look in the archives there are various people who have sent in 
Java 5 "editions" also.


Rolf Lear wrote:
> Hi Jason, All.
> After some consideration, I will volunteer to create a 'pilot' or 
> 'proof-of-concept' Java5 conversion of JDom. I will be happy for it to 
> act as a baseline for simple discussion or perhaps be the foundation of 
> the 'generified' JDom release.
> I figure I can get something out by the end of next week or so.
> Rolf
> Jason Hunter wrote:
>> Mattias Jiderhamn wrote:
>>> Congratulations!
>>> Now, I would agree it's time to start talking seriously about generics.
>>>  /Mattias
>> Can anyone cite what other projects have done in this situation?  Do 
>> they just one day say, "Forget Java 1.4" people?  I'd be most 
>> interested to hear stories from infrastructure library projects.  
>> Applications can jump faster than reusable libraries.
>> -jh-
>> P.S.  After reading your note, I thought, "What did Mattias say 
>> earlier about the subject?"  So I played with MarkMail to find out:
>> http://markmail.org/search/?q=from%3Amattias+list%3Ajdom+%22java+5%22
>> First message popped up: "Can't we get 1.01 first and *then* start 
>> discussing generics/Java 5 seriously?"  Now your note makes more 
>> sense.  :)
>> Here's what all's been said before about "Java 5":
>> http://markmail.org/search/?q=list%3Ajdom+%22java+5%22
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