DISCLAIMER: These notes are from the defunct k8 project which precedes SquirrelJME. The notes for SquirrelJME start on 2016/02/26! The k8 project was effectively a Java SE 8 operating system and as such all of the notes are in the context of that scope. That project is no longer my goal as SquirrelJME is the spiritual successor to it.

Actually instead of sleeping I read about exoplanets and that satellite on a one way trip to Pluto, then played Majora's Mask.

Wrote a tiny bit of code, but since it is dark outside and bright inside bugs are rather attracted and there are many bugs, so I will just finish off this small filter getting code.

I decied to use C-style printf in my EchelonError exception and it comes out quite nicely when I want to format characters a specific way. No locale is chosen because it may mess with the error messages which should not be in any locale.

Reworking the class reading code, I need a better way to deal with constants because the constant code always ends up a huge mess with about a dozen or so of individual classes and duplicate code. Currently there exists CONSTANT_Class.java CONSTANT_Double.java CONSTANT_Fieldref.java CONSTANT_Float.java CONSTANT_Integer.java CONSTANT_InterfaceMethodref.java CONSTANT_InvokeDynamic.java CONSTANT_Long.java CONSTANT_MethodHandle.java CONSTANT_Methodref.java CONSTANT_MethodType.java CONSTANT_NameAndType.java CONSTANT_String.java CONSTANT_Utf.java and most of it is boilerplate. Most of the constants are rather the same, mostly just containing references to other constants. So to reduce boilerplate, a single class that contains a constant with a subenum to handle multiple cases of specific contents, then just use a single get with a checker for class type to legality.

So the question remains, without making things very ugly how can this be done. Reading of binary data can be done in the constructor.

I just realized that it may be possible to exploit private access into classes if they use bridge methods (since nested classes have access to private class data), so when I create the linker and recompiler checks must be done to prevent these exploits. It might break some language compatibility, but I would rather it be secure.