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Blog Archive for forax during July 2009

Two months ago, I was discussing with a friend about dynamic languages and JSR 292 when he mentions DLR Expression Trees. At that time, I had a vague memory, mostly because I was under the effect of a persisting jet lag, when I attend the talk of Mads Torgersen about it at last year JVM Summit. By the way, I will attend the next JVM Summit in September, I have some good...
I've just released the first version 1.0.1 (1.0 is compiled for 1.6 only) of the JSR292 backport. So you can now test invokedynamic and method handle invocations without using the latest patch queue from mlvm repository and some wizard's black magic. The primary usage of the backport is for dynamic language runtime developers (JRuby, Jython, Groovy, etc), they can now use...