M3 stabilization requests for 2009/4/30
Paul.Hohensee at Sun.COM
Thu Apr 30 15:20:07 PDT 2009
The fix is actually more trivial than it looks. Most of the change is just
moving source code slightly so that native code gets generated into the
code cache rather than into a C++ static byte array. I'd like it accepted.
Mark Reinhold wrote:
> Today we have:
> 6762511 anthony.petrov Translucency is not working on Linux using
> 6794764 artem.ananiev Translucent windows are completely repainted
> on every paint event, on Windows
> 6812298 anthony.petrov Dynamic GraphicsConfig changes don't work on
> X11 platforms
> These first three are nontrivial changes, and none seems critical for M3.
> Phil, Vita -- what say you?
> 6834177 vladimir.kozlov Running jsynprog on Solaris Nevada can cause
> JVM crash
> VM crash on 64-bit sparc. The fix isn't trivial but it's smaller than
> it looks, and VM crashes are bad. I'm leaning toward accepting it.
> Paul? Vita?
> 6834246 alan.bateman (ch) AsynchronousSocketChannel#write
> completes with wrong number of bytes written
> under load (win)
> Not critical for M3 but the fix is limited to the Windows asynchronous
> socket-channel code, so if it's wrong then that's the only thing that
> would break. I'd say "yes" to this one.
> - Mark
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