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ekzeb (4) [Avatar] Offline
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PDF, p36,1st par, 3d line
. It shows shows modules ....
Nicolai Parlog (9) [Avatar] Offline
#2
ekzeb wrote:
PDF, p36,1st par, 3d line
. It shows shows modules ....


Fixed.

Thanks for buying the book and reading so attentively. smilie
466191 (1) [Avatar] Offline
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Hi Nicolai,

a typo: p.12 "Figure 1.7. It is possible that the the class path contains".

Just read the first chapter and I liked it! Great the graph used to depict the dependency inversion principle... Never thought it this way!

Paolo
Bridger Howell (2) [Avatar] Offline
#4
In the livebook, towards the end of section 1.2: "Without run-time representation, JARs loose their identity."

Also, not a typo, but the sentence after reads a bit awkwardly to me.
Grigorij I. (1) [Avatar] Offline
#5
PDF. Page 1.

What else Java 9 has to offer and how the the module system compares to build tools,
OSGi, and microservices