ThreeTen - Home page and Documentation

The ThreeTen project

The ThreeTen project is providing a new date and time API for JDK 1.8 as part of JSR-310.

Main project for JDK 1.8

The main strand of active development for JDK 1.8 is in OpenJDK.

Source code was originally located here at GitHub but is now in Mercurial at OpenJDK. Issues should be logged in the OpenJDK bug database. Older issues are still visible at the GItHub issue tracker.

Backport for JDK 1.7

A backport has been provided for JDK 1.7 hosted here at GitHub. The aim of the backport is to allow developers on JDK 1.7 to access an API that is very similar to the one in JDK 1.8. The backport is NOT an official implementation of JSR-310, as that would involve many complex legal/procedural hoops.

The backport Javadoc is available for browsing. The jar file is available in the Maven Central repository.

The backport is used in projects such as OpenGamma.

Documentation

This site holds reference documentation for ThreeTen and JSR-310. This supplements the Javadoc, providing a broader user guide. The documentation is applicable to both the backport and JDK 1.8 - only the package name changes.

Extras

Not every piece of functionality in the domain of date/time ended up in OpenJDK and JDK 8. The “extras” have been combined into a new project - ThreeTen-Extra - which can be used as an additional date/time jar file on JDK 8.

Many articles and videos have been published on the topic of JSR-310. If you’d like to add another one, please raise a pull request.

History

The old home page is still up at Sourceforge for the moment.