@PublicApi can expect
that programs compiled against a given version will remain binary compatible with later versions of the
@PublicApi as per each product's API policy as long as the client does not implement/extend
@PublicApi interfaces or classes (refer to each product's API policy for the exact
guarantee---usually binary compatibility is guaranteed at least across minor versions).
@PublicApiinterfaces and classes are not designed to be implemented or extended by clients, we may perform certain types of binary-incompatible changes to these classes and interfaces, but these will not affect well-behaved clients that do not extend/implement these types (in general, only classes and interfaces annotated with
@PublicSpiare safe to extend/implement).
A person or a group of people that holds a permission.
When you grant a permission, you need to define to whom you grant it.
PermissionHolder lets you do that.
It consists of two things:
Standard JIRA reporter types are gathered in the
Note that each
PermissionHolderType has a
requiresParameter() method, which specifies whether it requires
a parameter or not. It is not possible to create a
PermissionHolder without a parameter when the type requires one, and vice versa.
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