Jonathan.Gibbons at Sun.COM
Wed Oct 3 11:51:19 PDT 2007
Given we don't have a jtreg-dev alias (yet?) I'll answer your question here.
The code is basically ready to go. We are just working through the internal
processes to get the paperwork done. So, on the one hand, I'd say,
"real soon now", and on the other, I'd caution you to be patient, as
who knows what it's like dealing with process.
For what it's worth, you can get some/most of the code even now, since jtreg
is just a set of extensions to the JavaTest harness, also known as JT
This part of the code is already available at
Dalibor Topic wrote:
> Jonathan Gibbons wrote:
>> To be clear, the build itself already works on a Mac.
>> The problem right now is jtreg, which thinks there is a "bin/" directory.
>> Unfortunately, jtreg is not (yet) open source (we're working on it!) so
>> I can't
>> solicit contributions, but fortunately, I know the owner of jtreg quite
>> well ...
> Going a bit off-topic here: do you have some kind of vague ETA on
> jtreg's source code?
> dalibor topic
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