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Re: Supporting multiple JDKs

> > There's a cost-optimisation here in reducing what we have to support.
> I agree and animal sniffer is a great way to ferret out obvious issues. 
> I am not against using animal sniffer. I'm concerned that there are 
> various incompatibilities[1] between JDK versions and I am not 100% 
> certain that animal sniffer will catch all of them.

Yeah, but is compiling (and unit tests) really any more effective against behavioural incompatibilities (which also occur from one patch JDK version to the next)?

I think that dtests are always going to be the important defence here, and that we simplify it by running dtests on a standardised JDK compile.


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