FYI, the JDK 10 support (branch jdk18_3) has been merged to master.

Many thanks to all that contributed to the effort in some form: Dusan
Balek, Reema Taneja, Vikas Prabhakar, Geertjan, etc.

Jan


On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 10:48 AM, Neil C Smith <neilcsm...@apache.org>
wrote:

> On Tue, 13 Mar 2018 at 02:09 Wade Chandler <wadechand...@apache.org>
> wrote:
>
> > -1 as well. The LTS versions live longer, and the processes between the
> > orgs will be different. They are also just different orgs. I don't think
> it
> > makes sense to try to align versioning. It was essentially marketing
> > between Oracle's Java and it's IDE, which made sense considering that,
> but
> > isn't the case any longer. It also means we will jump major versions just
> > for the Java support when NB is so much more than that.
> >
>
> Good points!  Yes, agree it was mainly marketing, although also about what
> level of Java was officially supported?
>
> My original question elsewhere was whether we were consciously deciding to
> decouple versions or just letting it happen.  Quite happy with either,
> actually, and I'd probably prefer a better semantic versioning strategy
> anyway.
>
> Of course, we need to be sure we don't disregard all marketing now in
> Apache.  Something for discussion elsewhere might be how / whether this is
> communicated - you know someone will ask why we're releasing NetBeans 9
> just as Java 10 is out?! ;-)
>
> Best wishes,
>
> Neil
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