RFR: Project files for Solaris Studio / NetBeans
Vladimir Voskresensky - Oracle
vladimir.voskresensky at oracle.com
Mon Apr 1 09:10:10 PDT 2013
Minor comment: it's better to have env variable named IDE_ALT_BOOTDIR instead of
IDE_JAVAPATH to give analogy with the old well known meaning.
On 03/30/13 03:03 PM, Vladimir Voskresensky wrote:
> It looks good and works for me on Linux_64.
> Some comments for others:
> before running IDE specify IDE_JAVAPATH env variable if want to navigate into
> some java/include files (value is the same as previously was known as
> #export IDE_JAVAPATH=/opt/jdk/latest7
> after opening project, make sure you are switched to Linux configuration
> On 03/27/2013 08:04 PM, Jesper Wilhelmsson wrote:
>> A new webrev is now available. The issues reported from the first review
>> should be fixed and the project now contains configurations for both Linux_64
>> and Mac_64.
>> To select configuration there is a dropdown menu next to the build button.
>> Jesper Wilhelmsson skrev 25/3/13 5:29 PM:
>>> Sorry for cross posting, but I think this could be useful for several areas.
>>> I would like to add Solaris Studio / NetBeans project files for the entire
>>> OpenJDK project. To clarify: One project that contains the entire OpenJDK.
>>> With the new build infrastructure in JDK 8 building the entire OpenJDK is
>>> fast and even though I personally mostly work in the HotSpot tree, I tend to
>>> always clone and build the entire JDK forest. I find this to have several
>>> Webrev: http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~jwilhelm/7074926/webrev/
>>> The configuration in this project is currently Mac only. Linux and Solaris
>>> configurations are also planned.
>>> The webrev is made from the jdk8/build repository which is where I think a
>>> change like this should go in. Let me know if you think something else.
>>> To use this project (once pushed):
>>> 1. Clone your favorite repository
>>> hg clone http://hg.openjdk.java.net/hsx/hotspot-gc
>>> 2. Get the whole forest
>>> cd hotspot-gc
>>> sh get_source.sh
>>> 3. Configure
>>> sh configure
>>> 4. Open Solaris studio / NetBeans and load the project.
>>> The project in located in the common directory.
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