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Eric 'Siggy' Scott <[log in to unmask]>
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Is the version of Java that ECJ is supposed to remain compatible with still
1.6?

I've been toying around with some potential changes on a fork, and started
to use some Java 7 features by habit (such as a switch on strings).  Should
I refrain from doing so?

Cheers,
Siggy

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Ph.D student in Computer Science
George Mason University
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