DASSERT failure for FindClass("sun/java2d/SurfaceData")
raffaello.giulietti at gmail.com
Mon Jun 14 08:14:16 PDT 2010
I too cannot run Swing apps with the build of OpenJDK7 described here:
But my instructions describe how to use a binary FreeType for the build.
This suggests that Denis is probably right about building FreeType form
sources, even for newer build chains (VS 2008 and VS 2010). I didn't
give it a try, though.
On 2010-06-14 16:51, Lussier, Denis wrote:
> I could never get any Swing app to run from my OpenJDK 6 Win32 builds
> (check out http://openscg.org) until building Freetype myself with
> Visual Studio. Using VS2003 it was as simple as:
> - download latest source from freetype.org
> - convert older ms project file shipped with freetype source to your
> version of visual stdio by simply opening in the gui and acknowledging
> the conversion.
> - build freetype from visual studio gui as a static lib and then a dll.
> - point the FREETYPE environment variables used for building OpenJDK
> to the above.
> --Denis Lussier
> On 6/14/10, Pete Brunet <pete at a11ysoft.com> wrote:
>> In my first attempt at running a (slightly) modified OpenJDK jdk7 b96
>> I'm getting a crash at startup running the SwingSet2.jar from JDK6 u20.
>> My unmodified b96 runs SwingSet2 with no crashes. (I built it with VS
>> 2010 Pro.)
>> Looking at the stack trace indicates a DASSERT failure in
>> Java_sun_awt_windows_WToolkit_initIDs in awt_WToolkit.cpp at this code:
>> jclass sDataClassLocal = env->FindClass("sun/java2d/SurfaceData");
>> DASSERT(sDataClassLocal != 0);
>> Since the failure appears to be unrelated to my code, perhaps I've made
>> an error in what I've modified in the build (but looking at build
>> particulars related to SurfaceData I didn't see any issues).
>> The output and stack trace are below.
>> How would you suggest I start debugging this?
>> Thanks, Pete
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