for review (S): 6610906: inexplicable IncompatibleClassChangeError
John.Rose at Sun.COM
Mon Dec 10 20:06:30 PST 2007
It looks like we've switched now away from the internal aliases.
Here's a code review I recently sent internally, which really should
have been external.
Vladimir, Tom, Steve: Thanks for the reviews; I'll put you in the
changeset comment as soon as I learn your OpenJDK names.
Non-Sun people: Welcome to the party!
P.S. My first try at sending this went (as spam) to compiler-
dev at openjdk.java.net,
which is the list for javac developers. Oops.
Begin forwarded message:
From: John Rose <John.Rose at Sun.COM>
Date: December 5, 2007 6:46:46 PM PST
To: hs-compiler Compiler <hs-compiler at sun.com>
Cc: Mark Reinhold <mr at sun.com>
Subject: for review (S): 6610906: inexplicable
P.S. This is my first stumble toward a mercurial-based putback....
To get a more "open" feel for this review, I put this webrev up on an
The repo. is on my MacBook. I think only the Bugster interactions
have required SWAN access.
However, I'm sending the request to our internal mail alias, not the
openjdk group alias.
Also, this putback can't go anywhere yet, since the parent repo.
(hotspot-comp) is still the experimental one.
(My repo. is freshly cloned from http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/jdk7/
I generated the webrev using this command:
/java/devtools/share/bin/webrev -ON -i 6610906-comments.html
The contents of the "author comments" file looks like this:
For putback to <a href="http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/hotspot-comp-
bug_id=6610906">6610906</a>: inexplicable IncompatibleClassChangeError
<br>Summary: dependency check must treat polymorphic interfaces
I'll strip the formatting (which webrev should have put in for me)
and use it as a changeset comment.
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