JDK 7 build 24 is available at the openjdk.java.net website

Arnd-Hendrik Mathias arnd-hendrik.mathias at nefkom.net
Fri Dec 14 12:36:49 UTC 2007


That's true, I only quick-hacked and tested it in my Linux environment.
I tried to leave as many things configurable as possible but I don't 
know about pure Windows (non-cygwin) tools to replace e.g. curl.
Command line options used in the target may be needed to be moved to the 
variable definition or replaced by extra _OPT variables (MV_OPT = -Rf 
... $(MV) $(MV_OPT) ....) etc.
Direction of slashes not only depends on the OS but rather on the tools 
(and especially the make version for windows e.g. often linked with 
lib-cygwin but often used from cmd.exe) used which means that 
windows-able makefiles often use a quite wild intermix of forward and 
backward slashes which in this case would not have helped the user to 
understand what's going on in there (which was my main intention).
The complete task is to pull the sources, unpack them move and rename 
the different trees (since they are packed and downloaded using a 
different name) and then change to the project root and start the 
OpenJDK build. I simply forgot the "default: build" target.
Best regards

Arnd-Hendrik

Ted Neward wrote:
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> Just FYI, I noticed something about your Makefile; it assumes a Unix 
> environment. :-)
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> Ted Neward
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> *From:* Arnd-Hendrik Mathias [mailto:arnd-hendrik.mathias at nefkom.net]
> *Sent:* Thursday, December 13, 2007 6:53 AM
> *To:* Ted Neward
> *Cc:* discuss at openjdk.java.net; 'build-dev'
> *Subject:* Re: JDK 7 build 24 is available at the openjdk.java.net website
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>  
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> Somewhat strange... I received the attachment with my mail coming back 
> via the discuss list. Maybe some other list (build-dev?) removes 
> attachments.
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> Ted Neward wrote:
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> I don't think the Makefile got attached.
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> Ted Neward
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>     -----Original Message-----
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>     From: build-dev-bounces at openjdk.java.net <mailto:build-dev-bounces at openjdk.java.net> [mailto:build-dev-
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>     bounces at openjdk.java.net <mailto:bounces at openjdk.java.net>] On Behalf Of Kelly O'Hair
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>     Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 3:44 PM
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>     To: Arnd-Hendrik Mathias
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>     Cc: discuss at openjdk.java.net <mailto:discuss at openjdk.java.net>; build-dev
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>     Subject: Re: JDK 7 build 24 is available at the openjdk.java.net
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>     website
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>     Very nice... I haven't tried it yet, but that's very much what I was
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>     thinking.
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>     I'll have to defer the crypto question to the security guys...
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>     hopefully they
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>     are listing to the build-dev alias which I CC'd.
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>      
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>     Thanks for sharing this.
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>      
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>     -kto
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>      
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>     Arnd-Hendrik Mathias wrote:
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>         
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>         Hey Kelly,
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>         many thanks for the download links you've given below. In case
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>     someone
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>         may be going to create a short wiki page about the hg-less download
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>               
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>     and
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>         
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>         extraction process, I've attached a Makefile which might be helpful
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>     for
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>         those trying to build from scratch. I've omitted the "building the
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>         prerequisites" stuff (download, build and install Ant, JUnit,
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>               
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>     bootstrap
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>         
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>         JDK7 binaries and the binary plugins) because the Makefile shall
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>     depict
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>         
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>         the files needed to be downloaded, extracted and restructured/renamed
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>               
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>     to
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>         
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>         set up a working source tree. Most users won't re-install the
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>         AntJUnitBootstrapJDK7BinaryPlugs boiling each time they build a new
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>         OpenJDK snapshot anyway.
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>          
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>         I recognized one other thing that prevents me from building
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>     completely:
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>         
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>         The "build" target of the /jdk7-jdk7-
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>     b24/jdk/make/javax/crypto/Makefile
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>         
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>         is empty which means that all directories/classes to be included in
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>               
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>     the
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>         /tmp/sun/javax.crypto/unsigned/jce.jar are removed by the prebuild
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>         target but not rebuilt subsequently.
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>         Is there a special trick, how to build the
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>         tmp/sun/javax.crypto/classes/javax/crypto,
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>         tmp/sun/javax.crypto/classes/sun/security/internal/interfaces and
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>         tmp/sun/javax.crypto/classes/sun/security/internal/spec?
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>         Best regards
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>          
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>         Arnd-Hendrik
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>          
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>          
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>         Kelly O'Hair wrote:
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>             I had hoped that Mercurial would have provided some of this source
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>             bundling
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>             for free, but since we went with a forest, it's not ideal. It's only
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>             done on a per-repository basis.
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>              
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>             If you go to:
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>               http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/jdk7
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>              
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>             At the top of the page are some 'zip' 'bz2' 'gz' links. These get
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>                     
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>     you
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>             bundles, for example the default 'zip' link gets you the latest
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>             changeset or
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>             'tip' for this repository:
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>                http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/jdk7/archive/tip.zip
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>              
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>             You can get bundles for any changeset number or even a tag, like
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>             jdk7-b24:
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>                http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/jdk7/archive/jdk7-b24.zip
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>              
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>             But as I said, with a forest, this isn't ideal, you'd need to
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>                     
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>     download
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>         
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>             each repository, probably something like:
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>                http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/jdk7/archive/jdk7-b24.zip
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>                http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/jdk7/jdk/archive/jdk7-b24.zip
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>                http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/jdk7/corba/archive/jdk7-b24.zip
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>                http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/jdk7/jaxp/archive/jdk7-b24.zip
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>                http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/jdk7/jaxws/archive/jdk7-b24.zip
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>                http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/jdk7/hotspot/archive/jdk7-b24.zip
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>                http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/jdk7/langtools/archive/jdk7-
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>                     
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>     b24.zip
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>         
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>             We need a forest 'zip' option that woould create a single zip file,
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>             but I have no idea when that would ever happen.
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>              
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>             -kto
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>             Lillian Angel wrote:
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>                 Hi,
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>                  
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>                 Will zipped bundles still be released? If not, could "make dist" be
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>                 implemented to create a zip/tarball based on the release tag?
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>                  
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>                  
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>                 Thanks,
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>                 Lillian
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>                  
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>                  
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>                 Xiomara Jayasena wrote:
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>                           
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>                     The OpenJDK source is available at:
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>                     http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/jdk7
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>                     and the build 24 source is here:
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>                     http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/jdk7/rev/0a5c5386a678
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>                      
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>                     The OpenJDK source binary plugs and Jtreg binary for the promoted
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>                     JDK 7 build 24 are available under the openjdk
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>                     http://openjdk.java.net website under Source Code (direct link to
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>                     bundles: http://download.java.net/openjdk/jdk7)
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>                      
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>                     Summary of changes:
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>                     http://download.java.net/jdk7/changes/jdk7-b24.html
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>                      
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>                     Thanks,
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>                     -Xiomara
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