Group: com.google.guava - All Dependencies
Guava InternalFutureFailureAccess and InternalFutures · Contains com.google.common.util.concurrent.internal.InternalFutureFailureAccess and InternalFutures. Most users will never need to use this artifact. Its classes is conceptually a part of Guava, but they're in this separate artifact so that Android libraries can use them without pulling in all of Guava (just as they can use ListenableFuture by depending on the listenablefuture artifact).
Guava ListenableFuture only · Contains Guava's com.google.common.util.concurrent.ListenableFuture class, without any of its other classes -- but is also available in a second "version" that omits the class to avoid conflicts with the copy in Guava itself. The idea is: - If users want only ListenableFuture, they depend on listenablefuture-1.0. - If users want all of Guava, they depend on guava, which, as of Guava 27.0, depends on listenablefuture-9999.0-empty-to-avoid-conflict-with-guava. The 9999.0-... version number is enough for some build systems (notably, Gradle) to select that empty artifact over the "real" listenablefuture-1.0 -- avoiding a conflict with the copy of ListenableFuture in guava itself. If users are using an older version of Guava or a build system other than Gradle, they may see class conflicts. If so, they can solve them by manually excluding the listenablefuture artifact or manually forcing their build systems to use 9999.0-....
Guava: Google Core Libraries for Java (JDK5 Backport) · Guava is a suite of core and expanded libraries that include utility classes, google's collections, io classes, and much much more. Guava has only one code dependency - javax.annotation, per the JSR-305 spec.
Guava Compilation Bootstrap Classes · ExecutorService's type parameters changed between JDK5 and JDK6 in a way that makes it impossible for our invokeAll/invokeAny methods to match both at compile time. This project builds a JDK6-like copy of ExecutorService (but with JDK5 compiler settings to ensure that it will work with JRE5 at runtime). This project's is then used in the bootstrap class path of Guava proper.
Guava Compilation Bootstrap Classes (JDK5 Backport) · ExecutorService's type parameters changed between JDK5 and JDK6 in a way that makes it impossible for our invokeAll/invokeAny methods to match both at compile time. This project builds a JDK6-like copy of ExecutorService (but with JDK5 compiler settings to ensure that it will work with JRE5 at runtime). It also builds a version of AbstractExecutorService that is equivalent to a JDK5 version but using the JDK6 type parameters for the invokeAll/invokeAny methods just as with ExecutorService. This project's is then used in the bootstrap class path of Guava proper.
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