The JSR 310 public discussion list is hosted on SourceForge. The development of the specification, RI, and tests have moved from Github to the ThreeTen repository.
The integration into the JDK is done in the OpenJDK ThreeTen Project. The threeten-dev mailing list is used for ThreeTen relevant discussion and commits.
Java Time API
- The Java Time API is now included in JDK 8 Early Access builds. Download from JDKTM 8 Early Access Releases.
- The API Javadoc matching the JDK 8 Early Access build is available from: JDK 8 API Javadoc
- Issues can be reported against JDK 8 Early Access using the
Java Bug Database http://bugs.sun.com.
The JSR 310 Issue Tracker is used for reporting and tracking issues and feature requests.
- The Project Threeten Repository is: http://hg.openjdk.java.net/threeten/threeten/jdk
- The javax.time API is built as part of the regular JDK build process.
- Tests are run using the usual test framework using
- A Netbeans project provides easy access to the API and sources. See make/netbeans/threeten/nbproject.
- April 26: Updates to Threeten in B87 include:
- Update to use @implSpec
- Enhance formatting of Instants
- Define the java Time-Scale properly
- Implement date ResolverStyle for stricct/smart/lenient in IsoChrono...
- Add TemporalAdjuster.ofDateAdjuster
- Update formatter pattern letters to follow CLDR more closely
- Move static methods on Queries to TemporalQuery
- Move static methods on Adjusters to TemporalAdjuster
- Jan 31: The Java Time API is integrated into JDK 8 build 75; updated ThreeTen API.
- Jan 15: Review of Threeten
API for inclusion in the M6 milestone.
- Dec 5: Using Lambda default methods and removed temporary abstract classes in the javax.time.jdk8 package.
- Dec 4: Moved all development to threeten-dev repository. enabling integration with JDK 8 features.