Hi Christian,

> Am 06.05.2016 um 22:35 schrieb Christian Thalinger 
> <christian.thalin...@oracle.com>:
>> Given that one concern with this issue, next to reducing footprint, was to 
>> optimise for the single-value case, I'm still a bit hesitant even though the 
>> sheer amount of code reduction is impressive. I'll evaluate further.
> The main motivation to optimize for the single-value use case is Graal but 
> it’s not super important.  Graal solved this issue in a different way and 
> it’s questionable Graal would go back using ClassValue so don’t worry too 
> much about it.

IIRC Graal has adopted static field storage for its single-value case. Beating 
that with a solution that has to have the flexibility of multiple values as 
well? Fat chance. :-)

Thanks for confirming,



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