Bootstrapping with OpenJDK 7
mvfranz at gmail.com
Sun Sep 21 19:33:34 PDT 2008
I tried to copy the dyllibs, but that did not help. I looked at the IcedTea
project and they remove the tests, so I did the same. I am now able to get
past that point.
What is in the Queens.java file? Is it an important test?
On Sun, Sep 21, 2008 at 9:03 PM, Karen Kinnear <Karen.Kinnear at sun.com>wrote:
> Our bad (and our apologies). I don't know if there were legal issues
> with providing Queens.java or Queens.class or not. The end of the
> build tries to self-test. We should probably comment that out. You would
> need to have a java in your path to run any self-test anyway.
> What you have is a successful build of the hotspot vm.
> What you need to do is to copy the libjvm.dylib and libjsig.dylib into the
> you are currently using to run your jre - whether that is
> a binary you downloaded, or a jdk you built. Of course you
> want to save the existing libjvm.dylib and libjsig.dylib. Make sure
> you copy over the server/libjvm.dylib if you built "product" - that
> is the optimizing, server compiler by default.
> hope this helps,
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