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8065570: (bf spec) ByteBuffer.slice() should make it clear that the initial order is BIG_ENDIAN Summary: Refine documentation of allocate*(), wrap(), slice(), duplicate(), asReadOnlyBuffer(), and as{Type}Buffer() to explcitly state the byte order of the created buffer. Reviewed-by: alanb
author bpb
date Wed, 15 Jul 2015 10:43:07 -0700
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#! /bin/sh

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javac -d . ../../../../make/src/classes/build/tools/spp/Spp.java > Spp.java

gen() {
    java  build.tools.spp.Spp -K$1 -Dtype=$1 -DType=$2 -DFulltype=$3<Order-X.java.template >Order$2.java
}

gen char Char Character
gen short Short Short
gen int Int Integer
gen long Long Long
gen float Float Float
gen double Double Double

rm -rf build