[concurrency-interest] jcip annotations

Tim Peierls tim at peierls.net
Fri Dec 21 09:38:55 EST 2007

> [Dhanji] I cannot see any value in them being retained at runtime and in
> fact a potential nuisance to reflection and debugging...
> [Tim] I'm curious, how is the presence of a runtime annotation a nuisance?

On Dec 20, 2007 11:27 AM, Shaffer, Darron <Darron_Shaffer at stercomm.com>

>  The presence of a runtime annotation means one more jar file to ship with
> a product.  And one more to run past legal if it's a commercial product.

OK, but those are production issues that can be addressed at packaging time.
I was curious what Dhanji meant by "potential nuisance to reflection and

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