Character decoding could be 3 times faster !
David.Bristor at Sun.COM
Wed May 21 17:27:44 UTC 2008
Ulf Zibis wrote:
> Am 19.05.2008 13:16, Alan Bateman schrieb:
>> One other thing - it looks like you are using the jdk6 sources with
>> the JRL license rather than OpenJDK sources. If you do improve the
>> performance of the decode loop for this class of decoder then it would
>> be best to post a patch against the OpenJDK sources.
> Yes, this might be. I'm afraid, this would become a BIG THING for me, as
> I'm not familiar with the JDK7 contribution process, Mercurial, and how
> to create a suitable NetBeans project to serve this.
> I hesitate to install JDK7 on my system, as it is less than Beta.
> Also my goal is, to provide a jar, which users could use with JDK6 by
> Is there any sample NetBeans project regarding hacking the JDK7?
> How can I commit my steps of work against your Mercurial server? (At
> java.net I only have Subversion)
Both the OpenJDK 6 and OpenJDK 7 source bases include NetBeans projects.
Those for OpenJDK 6 are more up-to-date. In both cases look in
jdk/make/netbeans. While there might not be a project specific to your needs,
the README in that directory provides some guidance on using an existing
project as a starting point which you can customize.
> What you think:
> - Can I simply use the the JDK7 sources of sun.nio.cs package, compile
> them against JDK6 for my development and test runs, and then create the
> patch from there?
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