New hotspot project repos
erik.trimble at oracle.com
Wed Jul 20 15:42:51 PDT 2011
On 7/20/2011 3:20 PM, Kelly O'Hair wrote:
> On Jul 20, 2011, at 12:59 PM, Paul Hohensee wrote:
>> On 7/20/11 3:39 PM, Kelly O'Hair wrote:
>>> A few questions:
>>> Q1: Will the old jdk7/hotspot-* forests be deleted at some point to avoid confusion?
>> Possibly, but that decision is above my pay grade.
> If they are no longer used, and contain nothing over and above what is in the other repos,
> I think you have the power to ask that they be deleted, regardless of your pay grade. ;^)
> The only reason I can see for keeping them would be to preserve any possible http
> links to the changesets in them, but that's a weak excuse in my book compared to the
> benefit of uncluttering the main repo list page.
They're not going to be retained. I expect to delete virtually *ALL*
repositories under jdk7/* except those under jdk7/jdk7/* All group
repos are now identical, and won't change, so they're getting Nuked.
>>> Q2: I assume these hsx/hotspot-* repositories are just single hotspot repositories, not forests?
>> They are actually repo forests because they each include JDK8 repo forests, in the
>> same way that each jdk7/hotspot* repo included a JDK7 repo forest. That's because
>> there are some jvm features that are co-developed with the JDK libraries.
> Good to know. Thanks.
>>> Q3: I assume that jdk8/hotspot still exists and is related to hsx/hotspot-main, can you explain the
>>> process of how you will deliver changes into jdk8/hotspot?
>> jdk8/hotspot doesn't exist, but jdk8/jdk8/hotspot does. The latter is the JDK8
> I did mean jdk8/jdk8/hotspot.
>> master version of hotspot, just as jdk7/jdk7/hotspot was the JDK7 master version
>> of hotspot. We plan to promote hotspot builds from hsx/hotspot-main through
>> hsx/hsx22 to jdk8/jdk8/hotspot. hsx/hsx22 will hold the snapshot of
>> hsx/hotspot-main that we run through PIT testing.
> Understood, thanks for the clarification.
See my other email about how this all works.
>>> Q4: It appears that jdk8/hotspot is out of date (jdk7-b143 vintage instead of b147), will that be fixed soon?
>> Yes. Erik Trimble tells me he plans to push hs22 to jdk8 at the end of this week.
> Good. It has been causing some problems in other jdk8 team forests.
Correction - I'm doing the snapshot on Thursday. So, hsx/hsx22/hotspot
will be updated, but I won't be pushing to jdk8/jdk8/hotspot until PIT
comes back clean. Likely, I'll be integrating to JDK8 on Tuesday.
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