The new final method on the Hashtable is
final boolean initHashSeedAsNeeded(int capacity)
The change went as part of the following bug fix:
As for the OWB-616 jira, I did not look at the actual fix, but I assume the
fix by the following comments. I might be wrong here.
added a comment - 01/Oct/11 19:12
I now changed the checks to allow private final and public/protected static
On Wed, Oct 21, 2015 at 11:50 AM, Martin Kouba <mkouba(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Dne 21.10.2015 v 11:02 Emily Jiang napsal(a):
> CDI specification does not allow proxying a class with non-private final
> methods. The java.util.Hashtable class has a
> non-private final method added to the class in later versions
> of Java, so a CDI application that previously worked may break
> when updating the Java level.
Just for the record: what's the name of the method?
> This issue was logged in CDI-527.
> OpenWebBeans fixed this via the jira (
OWB-616 does not fix CDI-527 but CDI-159, i.e. a private final method does
not cause a deployment problem. This works in Weld too. On the other hand,
CDI-527 is still an open issue so we can't simply fix it. In theory, we
could add a new feature of a non-portable mode. But non-portable mode is
not intended to be commonly used. It's kind of a workaround.
> Can Weld fix this in the 2.3 or 2.2 trunk?
> Emily Jiang
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