Backporting an AsyncGetCallTrace patch to OpenJDK6
Paul.Hohensee at Sun.COM
Thu Sep 11 17:19:29 PDT 2008
The most stable version will vary. We'd like the openjdk version to be
but we haven't been able to do that yet. For now the most stable
version is 6-open,
which is hotspot 10 plus fixes. When 6u10 ships, our plan is to push
the vm that
comes with it (hotspot 11) into 6-open.
Andrew John Hughes wrote:
> 2008/9/11 Andrew John Hughes <gnu_andrew at member.fsf.org>:
>> 2008/9/11 Daniel D. Daugherty <Daniel.Daugherty at sun.com>:
>>> Andrew John Hughes wrote:
>>> FWIW, I don't see any change to the HS_ version numbers in our
>>> patch to switch from OpenJDK6 b11's to OpenJDK7 b24's HotSpot.
>>> Given OpenJDK6 was derived from something like b20, I guess this is
>>> not that strange.
>>> JDK7-B24 has the following values:
>>> Joe stated earlier in this thread that OpenJDK6 is based on
>>> HSX-10 so its values should not be the same. For 1.6.0_07,
>>> I see:
>> Then either Gary's HotSpot patch doesn't update that file or OpenJDK6
>> is not based on the same as this 1.6.0_07 thing you mention.
>> I'll try and have a closer look later.
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> IcedTea6 contains:
> IcedTea/b33 contains:
> icedtea-hotspot-6b11-7b24.patch only updates the src code and not
> so it's actually worryingly building a different version of HotSpot
> from the one it thinks it is.
> It will actually be 12-0-01 as you state, but will report 10-0-19.
> Overall, it would be better to always build against the most recent
> stable HotSpot tree if possible
> rather than the one provided by the build drop. Do we know what the
> most stable would be?
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