twisti at complang.tuwien.ac.at
Sat Jun 23 07:22:20 PDT 2007
On Fri, 2007-06-22 at 10:29 -0700, Dougherty James wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> I've started porting the Hotspot and OpenJDK for
> MIPS32 architecture, have created the Makefiles
> And build infrastructure, and now I'm at the point
> Where the .ad files need to be made for MIPS32 (4KeC).
> Has anyone worked on a MIPS port? If not, how can I develop
> The .ad files to port to my target architecture?
This is not actually what you want but it might help a lot in porting
the whole stuff. Yesterday I've commited the stuff that is required to
let CACAO use the OpenJDK libraries as Java core libraries. I've
only tried it with PowerPC yet, but it should work on MIPS too (when
the j2se stuff builds).
As I said, it's not HotSpot running on MIPS, but you can see if j2se
builds and runs ok, which might help a lot to find bugs.
I'm collecting the bits required to build j2se here, but it's not
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