I know about the stalled work that is already there for java6.
It's no where near to maximizing the currently available language features
e.g. No generics?
I have also read issue 190. The last comment pretty much sums up the
problem I'm trying to correct.
Not only was Java 5 EOL, but Java 6 will be soon. Java 7 has been out for
over a year.
I want to branch. The branch will break backward compatibility.
People who either can not or will not use the branch, do not have to.
That's why it's a "branch".
Is there something specif in the license that prohibits me from creating a
branch or just opening up
another google code project and proceeding from there?
On Thursday, March 15, 2012 11:27:38 AM UTC-4, Michael Heuer wrote:
> Sorry, double check that link
> On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 10:24 AM, Michael Heuer <heue...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Ramon Santiago wrote:
> >> How would I go about doing that?
> >> I really don't want to create another googlegroups project.
> >> I plan to; update the code to use Java 6 and Java 7 features.
> > Hello Ramon,
> > There are already JDK6 features in the 2.0-SNAPSHOT release on the trunk
> > http://piccolo2d.googlecode.com/svn/piccolo2d.java/trunk/jdk6
> > See also this issue
> > http://code.google.com/p/piccolo2d/issues/detail?id=190
> > Piccolo2D development towards the 2.0 release proceeds at such a slow
> > pace that there really isn't any need to fork or branch. Just send
> > patches to the mailing list or better yet attach them to issues in our
> > issue tracker.
> > michael
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