Uhm, is there anything blocking you from placing it where you would in Java 8?
I don't think I have tried this combination (or I do not recall).
From the top of my head I don't know any JDK 9 limitation which
would forbid to use XML descriptors in this way.
I might be a bit rusty though; been
a while since I played with Java 9.
Please do report back with how this works for you :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alex Sviridov" <ooo_saturn7(a)mail.ru>
To: "Matej Novotny" <manovotn(a)redhat.com>
Sent: Monday, September 18, 2017 10:28:11 AM
Subject: Re: [weld-dev] Weld and Java 9 JPMS
Thank you for your answer. I will try. But where should I place beans.xml
to make Weld read it if I use Java SE+ JPMS?
Best regards, Alex
>Понедельник, 18 сентября 2017, 8:10 +03:00 от Matej Novotny
>Back there we did some tests with earlier versions of Java 9 and eliminated
>some crucial problems.
>I think it should be possible to take *existing* app and run it on Java 9.
>However, creating a whole new modular project might present some additional
>Weld itself is not modularized (since it needs to run on Java 8), therefore
>you would need to list some extra "requires" in module-info.java for Weld.
>You also need to have reflection access allowed (we need to instantiate
>proxies etc) but last time I checked, it was by default enabled in JDK 9 wi
>th just warning showing up.
>Other than that, it might just work.
>To answer your other question - no, there is no tutorial, for there is no
>special difference between Weld and many other projects in regard to JDK 9.
>----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Alex Sviridov" < ooo_saturn7(a)mail.ru >
>> To: "weld-dev" < weld-dev(a)lists.jboss.org >
>> Sent: Sunday, September 17, 2017 3:25:49 PM
>> Subject: [weld-dev] Weld and Java 9 JPMS
>> Hi all
>> Could anyone provide information how weld works (if works) with Java 9
>> Is there any tutorial?
>> Best regards, Alex
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