henri.gomez at gmail.com
Mon Feb 20 05:33:59 PST 2012
2012/2/20 Edvard Wendelin <edvard.wendelin at oracle.com>:
> 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.
Ok thanks to clarify.
To build OSX OpenJDK, I used jdk7u-dev. May be time to go to jdk7u
BTW, I notice a change between them relative to OSX build.
OSX stuff (Contents/Home) moved from j2sdk-image to j2sdk-bundle and
from j2re-image to j2re-bundle last week on jdk7u-dev
It still under j2sdk-image and from j2re-image on jdk7u
Which one will be the good one ?
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