Oracle submitted the release content for both Java SE 7 and 8 to the JCP at the end of last year. The JDK 7 and 8 JSRs represented Oracle’s “Plan B” approach for separating JDK 7 into two separate releases. In the months since, JDK 7 has progressed to the Developer Preview milestone and the final version isn’t too far off.
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- Newly included JSRs (including NIO.2, The Da Vinci Project and Project Coin)
- Changed JSRs in maintenance reviews (including JAXP, JAXB and JAX-WS)
- Enhanced JSRs (including JLS and the JVM spec)
- Smaller enhancements (including GC and concurrency)
- JSRs deferred to JDK 8 or later (including closures)
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