anthony.petrov at oracle.com
Tue Mar 6 08:40:21 PST 2012
On 3/6/2012 6:17 PM, martin burtscher wrote:
> if I use BUILD_HEADLESS=true the awt packages are included and useable.
> So either I understand BUILD_HEADLESS wrong or it doesnt do what its
> supposed to do.
AWT can work w/o a display, e.g. for in-memory image manipulation, or
printing support. So there's nothing wrong with having AWT packages
built when the BUILD_HEADLESS is true.
> Second point is: Why do i need ALT_OPENWIN_HOME? I wanna build it
> headless, so there's no use of X11. I removed the CROSS_COMPILE options
> to test the headless build. (Just try to use the cross compile to be
> sure its working before i use a different compiler...) btw: changing
> ALT_OPENWIN_HOME doesnt change anything with the errors (Xrender.h
> missing) i'll get when im using crosscompile.
AFAIK, currently there's no an officially supported way to build an
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