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Re: Patch: File.deleteOnExit()

From: Ingo Prötel
Subject: Re: Patch: File.deleteOnExit()
Date: Tue, 18 May 2004 17:46:24 +0200
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Yes, you are right. I asked and we only initialize on first use. I was wrong.
I assumed since we load and link all classes at startup we would also 
initialize them.
This means that the static initializer is perfectly ok.

Sorry for the confusion.

Archie Cobbs wrote:
Ingo Pr?tel wrote:

static initializers in our case (a real-time vm) run at startup.

Technically this violates the JVM spec, right? I'm sure it's not a
big problem for your application but just wanted to confirm the
behavior. The spec says initialization only happens on first "active use".


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