[cdi-dev] Fwd: [jsr366-experts] Common Annotations Maintenance Draft
mkouba at redhat.com
Thu May 26 03:16:36 EDT 2016
I wonder whether it makes sense to restrict @Priority target at all?
Specs/libs/frameworks might use it for methods, fields, etc.
Dne 25.5.2016 v 11:50 Antoine Sabot-Durand napsal(a):
> Hi Guys,
> I forward below, the mail Linda sent to Java EE EG ML last week
> regarding MR of Commons annotations. For me it's fine but you may want
> to have a look.
> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
> From: Linda DeMichiel <linda.demichiel at oracle.com
> <mailto:linda.demichiel at oracle.com>>
> Date: jeu. 19 mai 2016 à 23:59
> Subject: [jsr366-experts] Common Annotations Maintenance Draft
> To: <jsr366-experts at javaee-spec.java.net
> <mailto:jsr366-experts at javaee-spec.java.net>>
> I've uploaded drafts of the Common Annotation spec + javadocs
> to https://java.net/projects/javaee-spec/downloads.
> The functional changes are the addition of @Target(PARAMETER) to
> the Priority annotation as requested by the CDI expert group
> and making the Resource and DataSourceDefinition annotations
> I've also corrected some minor inconsistencies between this spec and
> the Interceptor spec on PostConstruct and PreDestroy, and replaced the
> example in section 2.1 referencing WebService/WebMethod, which was
> inconsistent with the JAX-WS and Web Services Metadata specs.
> All other changes are intended as purely editorial.
> If you catch anything amiss, please let me know as soon as
> possible, as I am planning to submit these materials to the
> JCP next week to initiate a Maintenance Review.
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