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6831313: update jaxws in OpenJDK7 to 2.1 plus bug fixes from OpenJDK 6 6672868: Package javax.xml.ws.wsaddressing not included in make/docs/CORE_PKGS.gmk Reviewed-by: darcy
author tbell
date Mon, 20 Apr 2009 15:14:39 -0700
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  <p>
    Compile-time representation of Java type system.

  <p>
    These classes are used as TypeT and ClassDeclT of the model parameterization.
    This implementaion is designed to be capable of representing pre-existing classes
    (such as java.lang.String) as well as the generated classes (represented as JDefinedClass.)

  <h2>Handling of Primitive Types</h2>
  <p>
    Primitive types have two forms (int and Integer), and this complicates the binding process.
    For this reason, inside the front end, we always use the boxed types. We'll use the unboxed
    form only in the back end when we know the field doesn't need to represent the null value.
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