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10    by <a href="http://gee.cs.oswego.edu/dl">Doug Lea</a>    by <a href="http://gee.cs.oswego.edu/dl">Doug Lea</a>
11    <p>    <p>
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13  This is an updated version of the specification submitted for JCP  This is the proposed final draft JSR166 specification.  To check for
14  Community Draft review.  To check for further updates, access a  further updates, or join a mailing list discussing JSR-166, go to: <A
 preliminary prototype release of main functionality, or join a mailing  
 list discussing this JSR, go to: <A  
15  HREF="http://altair.cs.oswego.edu/mailman/listinfo/concurrency-interest">  HREF="http://altair.cs.oswego.edu/mailman/listinfo/concurrency-interest">
16  http://altair.cs.oswego.edu/mailman/listinfo/concurrency-interest</A>  http://altair.cs.oswego.edu/mailman/listinfo/concurrency-interest</A>.
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18  <em> <b>Disclaimer</b>. The prototype implementation is experimental  <p><em>Note: The javadocs here includes some existing java.util
19  code developed as part of JCP JSR-166 is made available to the  Collection interfaces and classes that are not part of the JSR-166
20  developer community for use as-is. It is not a supported product. Use  spec, but are included because JSR-166 methods implement or inherit
21  it at your own risk. The specification, language and implementation  from their specifications.</em>
 are subject to change as a result of your feedback. Because these  
 features have not yet been approved for addition to the Java language,  
 there is no schedule for their inclusion in a product.  </em>  
   
 <p> <em> <b>Disclaimer</b>.  This draft specification was produced  
 using JDK1.4 tools plus some preprocessing. The resulting javadocs do  
 not yet correctly render other planned JDK1.5 constructs on which  
 JSR-166 relies, most notably the use of generic types. We are  
 releasing this version now (before the availability of JDK1.5-based  
 tools) because, even though they are misformatted and sometimes lack  
 proper cross-referencing, they otherwise convey the intended  
 specifications.  </em>  
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23  <p> JSR-166 introduces package <tt>java.util.concurrent</tt>  <p> JSR-166 introduces package <tt>java.util.concurrent</tt>
24  containing utility classes commonly useful in concurrent  containing utility classes commonly useful in concurrent
25  programming. Like package <tt>java.util</tt>, it includes a few small  programming. Like package <tt>java.util</tt>, it includes a few small
26  standardized extensible frameworks, as well as some classes that  standardized extensible frameworks, as well as other classes that
27  provide useful functionality and are otherwise tedious or difficult to  provide useful functionality and are otherwise tedious or difficult to
28  implement.  implement.
29    
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35  pools. This diversity reflects the range of contexts in which  pools. This diversity reflects the range of contexts in which
36  developers of concurrent programs have been found to require or desire  developers of concurrent programs have been found to require or desire
37  support not previously available in J2SE, which also keeping the  support not previously available in J2SE, which also keeping the
38  resulting package small; providing only that minimial support for  resulting package small; providing only functionality that has been
39  which it makes sense to standardize.  found to be worthwhile to standardize.
40    
41  <p>Descriptions and brief motivations for the main components may be  <p>Descriptions and brief motivations for the main components may be
42  found in the associated package documentation.  JSR-166 also includes  found in the associated package documentation.  JSR-166 also includes
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72    <tt>InterruptedExceptions</tt>.    <tt>InterruptedExceptions</tt>.
73    <li> The <tt>destroy</tt> method, which has never been implemented,    <li> The <tt>destroy</tt> method, which has never been implemented,
74    has finally been deprecated. This is just a spec change, reflecting    has finally been deprecated. This is just a spec change, reflecting
75    the fact that that the reason it has never been implmented is that    the fact that that the reason it has never been implemented is that
76    it was undesirable and unworkable.    it was undesirable and unworkable.
77  </ul>  </ul>
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93    <hr>    <hr>
   <address><A HREF="http://gee.cs.oswego.edu/dl">Doug Lea</A></address>  
94   </body>   </body>
95  </html>  </html>

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