On 04.02.2014 11:38, Uwe Schindler wrote:
> I will update to b128, if I have time. Currently it is a little bit busy
> here… Is there any urgent change that made a short term b128 necessary?
> It is only 3 days since b127!
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I am glad to tell: “jdk1.8.0-fcs-b128” was installed a minute ago. I am confident that no new problems occur J
Unfortunately the Solr builds are not very stable at the moment; I hope somebody fixes the recently occurring problems in our codebase, I gave up on trying to understand, how Solr tests work L. But if Apache Lucene passes the tests with the new JDK8, I am fine.
I will now also do some cross-checking of the forbidden-apis 1.4 (https://code.google.com/p/forbidden-apis/) codebase and its already built-in Java 8 support with the FCS version. This tool parses bytecode and finds invocations of discouraged (forbidden) APIs (including sun.* internal classes).