Open sourcing ARM ports status
edward.nevill at gmail.com
Wed Sep 14 15:57:07 UTC 2016
On Wed, 2016-09-14 at 10:32 -0400, Bob Vandette wrote:
> Here’s the status of the open sourcing of the Oracle 32/64 ARM Ports.
> I’ve completed the moved of all of the necessary sources and Makefile logic and can now
> build both arm and aarch64 binaries from our sources.
> I’m close to completing our internal reviews. The reviews are only to ensure that I’m not
> exposing anything that’s commercial value and that I’ve got the correct copyrights.
> Ed, could you setup a temporary repository under the aarch32 project where I could push
> the forest once I’ve completed our internal reviews?
I'm not sure this is something I can do. I think it needs to be done by ops (on cc).
Generally the way it has worked for creating the existing jdk8u and jdk9 repos is that ops have prepopulated the repo with some revision of jdk8u/jdk9 from the main dev, and then we have just pushed diffs to make that into what we want.
What revision of jdk8u is your port based on? ops could prepopulate the repo with than revision then you could just push your diffs.
Alternatively, I'm sure if you were to point ops at a mercurial repo somewhere they could populate it with that.
Ops: could you advise.
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