How to contribute - webrev question
Ulf.Zibis at gmx.de
Fri Jul 17 02:13:36 UTC 2009
Much thanks, Martin, to rub my eyes.
I'm successive with Cygwin to run awk scripts on Windows, but there is
no library for ksh (Kern Shell) :-(
MKS should be part of "Windows Services for UNIX", see
Die /MKS Korn shell/ ist eine weitere kommerzielle ksh-Implementierung.
Sie ist Bestandteil von Microsofts
<http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft> Windows Services for UNIX
sowie dem Subsystem für UNIX-basierte Anwendungen (SUA) der Windows
Vista <http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_Windows_Vista> Enterprise
und Ultimate Editionen.
But maybe nobody has ever tried to run webrev under MKS.
Am 17.07.2009 03:49, Martin Buchholz schrieb:
> The webrev script was developed by Sun developers for use on Solaris.
> Use on Windows is unsupported.
> You are not likely to find much support on this mailing list for
> doing jdk development on windows, and especially not using
> Microsoft "Windows Services for UNIX".
> Sun engineers use Cygwin or MKS for creating a Unixoid
> environment on Windows (but's it's still painful).
> On Thu, Jul 16, 2009 at 18:23, Ulf Zibis <Ulf.Zibis at gmx.de
> <mailto:Ulf.Zibis at gmx.de>> wrote:
> Am 16.07.2009 15:57, Andrew John Hughes schrieb:
> I think configuring the PATH on Windows is a little outside
> the scope
> of this mailing list and there are plenty of sources for such
> information elsewhere.
> Maybe you are right.
> But my question is not, how to set a path on Windows, it's how the
> webrev script interoperates with paths, defined on Windows.
> I have set the path to to the 'hg.exe' on Windows, but webrev
> script doesn't find it.
> I've also posted my question to the Microsoft "Windows Services
> for UNIX" forum, but I'm afraid, that people there don't know how
> to interpret webrev's error message.
> So where to find people developing inside JDK under Windows
> (additionally having knowledge about webrev script)?
> Sorry, being inconvenient here,
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