We recently thought about an interesting approach of finding a
difference between APIs (public methods) of two versions of a Java
software. I was doing it for JDK1.5
(Tiger) and JDK1.6 (Mustang b76).
Sometime you might want to take a quick look and find out what exactly
has been changed in your (or somebody's else code) between two
In this short article I'll try to summarize what I was discussing for
the last couple of months.
It's rather short message about a potential problem you might face as
Recently, I've been told that few of my blogs are having incorrect
links to other resources. Being very careful about posting any
materials, I was quite surprised and went to
http://weblogs.java.net/blog/cos/ to check it out.
Whoa! Mustang is there! The long awaited, butts kicking Beta release of Java platforms is ready for downloads! And I'd like to join my colleagues and say a couple of words about this milestone. It's not something totally new for most of you. Everyone had a chance to take a look at snapshot releases before.
Feel free to grab it here:
Hmm, I just realized, that it's been a while since my last posting here. So, hi there! And for a difference, this time it isn't about java quality :-)
How are you doing everyone? I hope you're Ok.
Two events are happing meanwhile in Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia:
Do not try to follow the links above if you do not understand Russian :-