Can't build latest openjdk6
Andrew John Hughes
gnu_andrew at member.fsf.org
Fri Aug 14 05:59:45 PDT 2009
2009/8/14 Martin Buchholz <martinrb at google.com>:
> The version of java using ant being significant
> means there are 3 different java versions being juggled during
> a single build - it's easy for us all to get very confused.
This is the main problem with switching to Ant for parts of the build.
I remember I managed to end up using Kaffe (for Ant), CACAO (as
bootstrap) and OpenJDK when I first tried building Zero on PPC.
> I'm going to try to stay in bug-reporting mode, not bug-fixing mode,
> with this problem unless Jonathan/Kelly/Joe can't reproduce the failure.
FWIW, I get the same failure here with Ant 1.7.1 and IcedTea6 as both
the boot JDK and Ant's JDK. Note that the build logs diagnostics about
ant to langtools/build/ant-diagnostics.log.
I'll try your fix.
> On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 17:00, Mark Wielaard<mark at klomp.org> wrote:
>> Hi Martin,
>> On Thu, 2009-08-13 at 15:25 -0700, Martin Buchholz wrote:
>>> [javac] javac: source release 6 requires target release 1.6
>>> BUILD FAILED
>>> The following error occurred while executing this line:
>>> Compile failed; see the compiler error output for details.
>>> whether or not I use a vanilla jdk6 (or even jdk7) as bootstrap jdk
>>> Can anyone else successfully build openjdk6?
>>> If so, what is the secret?
>>> Did I miss something in my inbox?
>> I haven't tried upgrading oj6 yet. And one of the reasons for not
>> upgrading icedtea6 atm is to make sure the recent changes (which as far
>> as I could tell were not discussed on the list) to the source and target
>> defaults don't break the bootstrap. The commit you probably want to
>> inspect is:
>> changeset: 49:608910eef036
>> user: jjg
>> date: Tue Aug 11 16:40:03 2009 -0700
>> files: make/Makefile make/build.properties make/build.xml
>> 6870641: [langtools] update make/build.* for jdk6
>> Reviewed-by: darcy
>> Unfortunately the bug associated with that commit is also not public.
>> The idea behind the commit seems to be to make the -source and -target
>> explicit in more places (which is a good thing). There is now also an
>> override mechanism, that I admit to not fully understand because it
>> seems to be never used, through setting SOURCE_LANGUAGE_VERSION and/or
>> Also note that with ant the default source and target depends on the VM
>> that runs the ant process (which might be different from the bootstrap
>> VM you are using, it probably depends on your ant installation).
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