Planet JDKNews and views from the Java SE Development-Kit CommunityVariousJeroen Frijters: New Development SnapshotJeroen Frijtershttp://weblog.ikvm.net/PermaLink.aspx?guid=492ab9dc-d2a7-4a9d-9097-889f424abcb22015-03-24T13:43:45Z2015-03-24T13:43:45Z

After debugging a stack overflow caused by a weird class loader, I decided to make the runtime more robust against this and as a side effect I added the ability to disable eager class loading. This in turn made it easier to test the late binding infrastructure (which is used when a class is not yet available while a method is compiled) and that ...

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Landon Fuller: Unchaining TaskgatedLandon Fullerhttp://landonf.bikemonkey.org/2015/03/14#Unchaining_Taskgated.201503142015-03-14T20:19:00Z2015-03-14T20:19:00Z

On Mac OS X, application signing entitlements enforce client-side constraints on non-AppStore (or non-Apple-distributed) applications. This is used, for instance, to prevent a non-AppStore application from using the MapKit APIs.

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Marcus Hirt: The BMP-180 Pressure SensorMarcus Hirthttp://hirt.se/blog/?p=6522015-03-10T19:26:41Z2015-03-10T19:26:41Z
For detecting small altitude changes, reading the barometric altitude, or for just detecting changes in pressure, you may want to use a pressure sensor. The Bosch BMP-180 is a very reasonably priced one, which is accessed over I2C. There are several nice breakout boards available from Adafruit.featuring the BMP-180. There is, for example, one featuring […]
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