Replace the placeholder name for the Japanese new era with the government declared name.
The era name, "NewEra", was introduced with JDK-8202336 as the placeholder. However, the placeholder name does not represent [new era name].
The name of the JapaneseEra singleton that has the value of '3' will change from "NewEra" to "[new era name]". Thus,
JapaneseEra.values()method will return 5 eras: [MEIJI, TAISHO, SHOWA, HEISEI, singleton representing [new era name]], the 5th item being changed from the one for "NewEra"
JapaneseEra.valueOf("[new era name]"), and
JapaneseChronology.eraOf(3)will return the singleton era that represents "[new era name]"
JapaneseEra.getDisplayName()for the new era instance will return the localized display name of "[new era name]"
JapaneseEra.valueOf("NewEra")will throw an IllegalArgumentException
The name of the era in
JapaneseImperialCalendar that has the value of '5' will change from "NewEra" to [new era name]. Thus,
new Calendar.Builder() .setCalendarType("japanese") .setFields(Calendar.ERA, 5, Calendar.YEAR, 1, Calendar.MONTH, Calendar.MAY, Calendar.DAY_OF_MONTH, 1) .build() .getDisplayName(Calendar.ERA, Calendar.LONG, Locale.US)
returns "[new era name]"
The return value from
Character.getName(0x32FF) will change from "SQUARE ERA NAME NEWERA" to "SQUARE ERA NAME [new era name]".
This is behavioral change only and no spec change is expected. As to
JapaneseEra changes, the era names are not part of their specifications, so changing the placeholder name to [new era name] does not warrant the specification changes.