Time to time, i heard that sentence
"array of generics a inherently unsafe"
or a variation.
That is not true and i would like to explain why
and even better propose a way to improve the
Array of generics ?
First, there are two kinds of "generics",
type variable and parameterized type,
and they behave differently.
Just for fun, this morning, i've patched the java compiler
to be able to generate classes that use
invokedynamic instead of invokevirtual/invokeinterface when invoking
a method. following the JSR292 EDR
One think i really like in Groovy, it's its concept of
It allows to simply create tree of objects like XML trees
using a concise syntax.
An HTML tree in Groovy is defined like that
After a week without any internet access point surfing the
snow of the Alp, monday, my fingers was eager to touch the keyboard again.
Why not finishing my prototype of runtime properties that use
the Da Vinci VM (i really love that name).
Everybody comes with its own closure proposal, why not me :)
Why i hate (yes hate) use-site extension ?
Yesterday, one of the user of
(a compiler compiler) email me because
he wants to contribute but he wasn't able to compile Tatoo
in Netbeans without any errors.
My first thought was something like "you want to hack Tatoo
but you are not able to configure your IDE, hoho"