Nashorn was a complete implementation of the ECMAScript-262 5.1 standard when it was released, but is now lagging behind due to the rapid pace at which ECMAScript language constructs, along with APIs, are adapted and modified.
jjs tool, with the intent to remove them in a future release; or for
"a set of credible developers to express a clear desire to maintain Nashorn going forward. If that happens before this JEP is integrated then this JEP can be withdrawn. If that happens after this JEP is integrated, but before Nashorn is removed, then a follow-on JEP can revert the deprecation."
"the breadth of Nashorn usage has not been easy to track. It is hoped that feedback for this JEP might provide better insight into actual Nashorn usage."
Responding to a tweet about the proposal, Thomas Wuerthinger, Senior Research Director at Oracle Labs,said:
Oracle has released a new version of the Python interface for Oracle Database. The new version supports Python 3.6 and Oracle client 12.2.
Compression is less important these days for storage, but it is still a valuable way of saving bandwidth. Google has offered improved compression algorithms in the past and now we have Brotli, which claims to be even better.
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