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This document is the report of our discussion during the second =
You can even see a few pictures of the event that = were posted to Flickr: tagged as jsr241.
The main discussion was around name resolution and scoping rules.
= The general idea which lead our discussions was to try to find rules which = were as close as possible to Java, yet still allowing powerful and expressi= ve features.
More on multim= ethods=20
This would be particularly interesting for frameworks like Spring using = a lot of anonymous inner classes implementing some single method interfaces= to behave similarly like closures.=20 =20
Brainstorming code snippets for use module support=20
Some ideas on some brainstorming on XPath native support where GPath doesn't fit.=20