Switching to HotSpot 14 on OpenJDK6
mr at sun.com
Wed Jul 22 14:48:10 PDT 2009
> Date: Wed, 15 Jul 2009 21:23:22 +0100
> From: Andrew John Hughes <gnu_andrew at member.fsf.org>
> Using the rebase extension to hg, I've succeeded in producing a
> version of the OpenJDK6 repository based on the same 0 revision as the
> hs14 master:
> This means that pulls from the hs14 master can be used to update this
> repository, which isn't the case with the current OpenJDK6 repository
> as they have no common parent. However, unlike hs14, it does include
> all the history and fixes from OpenJDK6 (some of which don't seem to
> have made the HS7 repos, such as deleting binary jar files).
> Does this look ok? If so, can someone with ssh access to
> hg.openjdk.java.net please replace the current hotspot repository with
> this one, so we can update it to the current hs14 revision and add any
> other pending changes?
Your repo looks fine to me -- thanks for creating it.
Shall I go ahead and replace the current jdk6/hotspot repo with this?
(That is, does anyone have any concerns?)
> It would be nice to finally let HotSpot development in OpenJDK6 move on!
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