Kamil Jezek

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Real-world programs are neither monolithic nor static—they are constructed using platform and third party libraries, and both programs and libraries continuously evolve in response to change pressure. In case of the Java language, rules defined in the Java Language and Java Virtual Machine Specifications define when library evolution is safe. These rules(More)
Modern software systems are not built from scratch. They use functionality provided by libraries. These libraries evolve and often upgrades are deployed without the systems being recompiled. In Java, this process is particularly error-prone due to the mismatch between source and binary compatibility , and the lack of API stability in many popular libraries.(More)