[Red5devs] JSR 233, Scripting, and JDK version.
Luke Hubbard (firstname.lastname@example.org)
king.selassie at gmail.com
Mon Feb 27 04:29:53 EST 2006
Doh its JSR 223 not 233.
On 2/27/06, Luke Hubbard (luke at codegent.com) <king.selassie at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> I just read this article on the server side
> So jsr 233 is a scripting interface for java 1.6 (mustang). That
> doesn't mean we have to wait until 1.6 to use the api, I think we can
> dl the api now and use it but it will be a standard part of mustang.
> The api sorta replaces the bean scripting framework from what I can
> tell. Good things about it are it supports compilable scripts and also
> scripts implementing java interfaces. They aim to support lots of
> scripting languages including groovy, php, ...
> Here is Mustang release schedule:
> Dev Freeze: 8/11/05
> Beta Ship: 11/3/05
> RC Ship: 3/30/06
> GA Ship: 5/11/06
> What do people think? Should we aim to support this JSR or go our own
> way with scripting. They mention a modified Rhino version being
> bundled with the jdk. This could be great or a bitch depending on what
> they changed.
> Another question which might be worth asking at this point, do we want
> to keep jdk 1.4 compatibility or should we move to 1.5. IMHO
> annotations would be good for controlling which methods can be called
> remotely. I'm not sure if we could use them in scripts but I'm sure we
> could cook something up.
> So.. questions are..
> 1) JSR 233 good or bad ?
> 2) Move to JDK 1.5 or stick with 1.4
> -- Luke
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