david.holmes at oracle.com
Mon Mar 5 15:57:18 PST 2012
I've no idea what openembedded is. There are two cross-compilation
stories with OpenJDK. One is what is done externally as part of IcedTea
etc and I have no knowledge of that.
The other is the cross-compilation support that we use for our embedded
SE product. To utilise that you need to set:
CROSS_COMPILE_ARCH=... // must be set!
ALT_COMPILER_PATH=<path to your cross compiler>
See the top-level README-builds.html for more details.
On 6/03/2012 12:20 AM, martin burtscher wrote:
> I try to port OpenJDK to the OS VxWorks. The Problem is, that i cant
> compile it on a VxWorks-Machine, so i have to cross-compile it from a
> Linux machine. What I've read so far is, that i have to use openembedded
> to successfully cross compile OpenJDK.
> All sources I've found, were dated 2008. Therefore, my question is:
> Do I still need openembedded, or is this issue fixed now, and can i
> cross-compile the OpenJDK (6 or 7) project out of the box (out of the
> box = mainly just replace the compiler)?
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