OpenJDK zero on sparc linux
gbenson at redhat.com
Mon Apr 7 06:46:59 PDT 2008
seb at frankengul.org wrote:
> Can you elaborate ?
> uname -m says sparc64
> sparc32 uname -m says sparc
That's the bit I wanted. I just committed a fix that should make it
correctly build libraries for both.
> I saw a lot of `uname -m` in the Makefiles.
> It would be much easier to get the ARCH once and for all in the
> configure script.
Yes. Zero pretty much does this.
> > > I tried to build the jdk on hppa too and it fails miserable for
> > > the same reason than sparc (uname -m gives hppa64, but userland
> > > is 32bit).
> > Hmmm, that sounds broken. Can you post the output from ./configure
> > for that one?
> The plain output of configure ?
> I'm joining the output.
> It says everithing is ok but the zero_platform is set to
> Makefile:ZERO_ARCHDEF = PARISC64
Hmmm, I don't understand this, if "uname -m" says hppa64 then
ZERO_ARCHDEF should be HPPA64. Where did the parisc64 come from?
Either way it detected it as a 32-bit platform.
> Unfortunately, I'm unable to trick the build into using gcc-4.1
> instead of gcc. Even passing gcc-4.1 as CC works with the configure
> script but is ignored when building the interpreter.
Probably some extra variable needs passing through in ICEDTEA_ENV and
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