For our email@example.com subscribers,
We (Paul and I) was approached by Oracle to participate in the community
outreach program, which is seeking the wider Java community to assist
Oracle in getting Java 9 in better shape before the GA Release.
Part of that is that we have a Jenkins build available for Java 9 builds
(thanks Paul), and that they will notify our small community whenever a new
Java 9 build is available.
So, if you don't care much of Java 9, you can ignore these emails.
On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 6:51 PM, Rory O'Donnell <rory.odonn...@oracle.com>
> Hi Paul,
> Early Access b136 <https://jdk9.java.net/download/> for JDK 9 is
> available on java.net, summary of changes are listed here <
> Early Access b136 <https://jdk9.java.net/jigsaw/> (#5506) for JDK 9 with
> Project Jigsaw is available on java.net, summary of changes are listed
> here <http://www.java.net/download/java/jigsaw/archive/136/binari
> There have been a number of fixes to bugs reported by Open Source projects
> since the last availability email :
> * 8165723 - b136 - core-libs JarFile::isMultiRelease() method returns
> false when it should return true
> * 8165116 - b136 - xml redirect function is not allowed even with
> NOTE:- Build 135 included a fix for JDK-8161016 which *has introduced a
> behavioral change to HttpURLConnection, more info:*
> The behavior of HttpURLConnection when using a ProxySelector has been
> modified with this JDK release. Currently, HttpURLConnection.connect() call
> would fallback to a DIRECT connection attempt if the configured
> proxy/proxies failed to make a connection. This release introduces a change
> whereby no DIRECT connection will be attempted in such a scenario. Instead,
> the HttpURLConnection.connect() method will fail and throw an IOException
> which occurred from the last proxy tested. This behavior now matches with
> the HTTP connections made by popular web browsers. But this change will
> bring compatibility issues for the applications expecting a DIRECT
> connection when a proxy server is down or when wrong proxies are provided.
> JDK 9 Outreach Survey*
> In order to encourage and receive additional feedback from developers
> testing their applications with JDK 9,
> the OpenJDK Quality Outreach effort has put together a very brief survey
> about your experiences with JDK 9 so far.
> It is available at***https://www.surveymonkey.de/r/JDK9EA*
> We would love to hear feedback from you!
> Rgds,Rory O'Donnell
> Quality Engineering Manager
> Oracle EMEA , Dublin, Ireland
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