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But finally, in September , it was released. Since Java 9, there has been a new release every six months.
Before that, there was only one release once the planned features were complete. It affects the followings: Language new features and keywords Compiler needs to translate new features and must know module boundaries JVM All module metadata around modules are preserved in a binary format and loaded by the JVM Tooling IDEs, libraries need to adapt to modularity Reasons Why the Module System Added to the Language There are a few reasons why modularizing was necessary.
It was hardly maintainable. Everything was chained together and they would like to work down this technical debt to make it maintainable again. Modularize Applications Along with the modularized JDK, developers should modularize their applications as well.
Although, it is important to note that modularization is optional! If you switch to Java 9, you can keep using Java as you used to, or you can switch to the module system and start to modularize your application and make it more maintainable.
Although you will still run on modularized JDK, this can still affect your code!
Many inner libraries have been used by outer applications even that they do not suppose to do that, but there was no way to restrict that. They divided JDK into more than 90 separate modules.
Each module encapsulates its own piece of functionality of the Java runtime library. The picture above represents the dependencies between the modules. The most important one is the java. It represents the most basic classes of the language, like streams, strings, and objects.
Since this module is essential, all other modules depend on this library. Here, we see a more complex graph about the different libraries and how they connect to each other. The ones with names starting with java indicate that these are part of the Java SE specifications.
In the dependency graph above, you can also see two modules in blue; these do not start with java but jdk. These are JDK-specific.
You may notice that all arrows are pointing down. This means that there are no circular dependencies. Hence, it has very clean modularization. However, it is isolated into its module.
This means that unless your application has a dependency on java. Another module in this graph you may be more familiar: Java. It contains all the swing GUI toolkits of the Java platform.
This is due that the fact a module can explicitly expose some of the packages and strongly encapsulate other packages. As I mentioned earlier, there are many internal implementations in classes in the JDK that need to be public because it is used among different packages, but at the same time, they should not be used outside of JDK. These later ones are encapsulated.