As you might have seen in the last changset, build-infra now builds on 32bit windows.
philip.race at oracle.com
Fri Nov 4 15:16:49 PDT 2011
setting JAVA_HOME=c:\jdk1.6 worked. Maybe that wouldn't have
been necessary if I'd installed in the default location.
On 11/4/2011 2:49 PM, Fredrik Öhrström wrote:
> ----- philip.race at oracle.com skrev:
>> Is it looking for a JDk or a JRE ? What's in \windows\system32\java
>> will I believe always map to a public JRE install, not a JDK.
> It needs a jdk. (Since it needs a javac.)
>> I have *several* JRE's and JDK's installed. The JRE's are in the
> If you have several JRES/JDKS installed, you will probably
> have to set JAVA_HOME or use --with-boot-jdk=
> to specify exactly which JDK you want to build with.
> The intent is that a default install of a Java JDK in the default
> directory, should be found by configure. If you got anything else,
> you need to specify it manually.
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