RFR (XS): 7126732: MAC: Require Mac OS X builds/tests for JPRT integrate jobs for HotSpot
david.holmes at oracle.com
Sun Jan 15 18:42:49 PST 2012
On 16/01/2012 9:35 AM, Daniel D. Daugherty wrote:
> The hotspot part of the MacOS X port was pushed to Main_Baseline on
> 2011.10.21. I've attached the changeset notification.
> The rest of the MacOS X port is primarily in jdk7u-osx forest...
> Item of interest: the second reviewer that got back to me on those
> hotspot bits was this 'dholmes' guy... :-)
Yes but since then I've been watching the 7u-osx updates and seeing
bunches of bugs filed, and so was left wondering exactly what state the
OSX "port" is in on the hotspot side. Or for that matter on the JDK side
as the hotspot build has to be placed into an OSX JDK.
As long as the code builds and passes the tests for 7 and 8 then that
should be fine - and Jim indicates that is the case.
> On 1/15/12 2:47 PM, David Holmes wrote:
>> Hi Jim,
>> On 15/01/2012 3:02 AM, James Melvin wrote:
>>> We're ready to require HotSpot builds on Mac OS X for JPRT integrate
>>> jobs. There are 3 mac-minis in each queue. Build/Test times are short
>>> relative to other platforms. Uses the stable Linux testlist for now.
>> Maybe I'm missing something but isn't the OSX code currently primarily
>> in the jdk7u-macosx repo? Or is all the hotspot code already in mainline?
>>> Tested with *several* JPRT submissions for other bugfixes. I'd like to
>>> integrate this change right after the current snapshot window.
>>> Feedback welcome.
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