paul.hohensee at oracle.com
Mon Feb 20 05:03:09 PST 2012
An additional note: Hotspot pushes to jdk7u-dev first, then to jdk7u, so
as to keep
jdk7u-dev a "child" of jdk7u.
On 2/20/12 7:59 AM, Edvard Wendelin wrote:
> jdk7u-dev is the primary development forest for non-hotspot changes
> for 7 updates. This is the forest individual developers use.
> jdk7u is the stable master forest where the integrators push changes
> from different integration areas (hotspot-main, jdk7u-dev, CPU
> releases etc). Fixes going into the master should be well tested,
> which is why the integrator run extra testing before pushing changes
> from integration area to master. The Oracle JDK developer preview
> builds published on jdk7.java.net are built from the master forest.
> On 02/20/2012 01:42 PM, Henri Gomez wrote:
>> Hi to all,
>> Wondering what's difference between :
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