JDK-8036003: Add variable not to separate debug information.
Daniel D. Daugherty
daniel.daugherty at oracle.com
Tue Mar 4 03:02:34 UTC 2014
On 3/3/14 2:49 PM, Omair Majid wrote:
> * David Holmes <david.holmes at oracle.com> [2014-02-28 18:48]:
>> There are three pieces to all of this:
>> 1. Generating debug symbols in the binaries (via gcc -g or whatever)
>> 2. Generating debuginfo files (zipped or not) (FDS)
>> 3. Stripping debug symbols from the binaries (strip-policy)
>> It may be that we don't have clean separation between them, and if so
>> that should be fixed, but I don't see the current proposal as the way
> Any chance we could clean up the names too? It's not obvious to me why
> FDS means 'generating debuginfo files'.
FDS stands for Full Debug Symbols and is defined that way in
quite a few Makefiles... We just call it FDS for short...
> What do folks think of modifying the OPENJDK build to use this as the
> settings for the options above by default.
> 1. Yes
> 2. No
> 3. No
Whatever we do here has be architecturallyconsistent across the
various OpenJDK platforms. The above settings would not work well
on non-Linux platforms so I'm not in favor of doing that.
However, I don't have a problem with providing support for config'ing
a build to work with the downstream Linux repos...
>> Also there may well be differences between how things are handled on the
>> JDK side and hotspot side.
> Is there any chance of this becoming consistent between hotspot and JDK?
> It would be much nicer if concepts like strip-policy were consistent
> between hotspot and the rest of the JDK.
When I did the Full Debug Symbols (FDS) project, I made it architecturally
consistent between the HotSpot and JDK sides. Since the new build system
has arrived, something of the consistency has been broken and I haven't
been back on the JDK side to see what happened...
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