Review Request JDK-8175819: OS name and arch in JMOD files should match the values as in the bundle name
erik.joelsson at oracle.com
Tue Apr 4 09:57:15 UTC 2017
I don't quite understand this. In the proposition below it says osx, and
x64, but in platform.m4 you generate macos and amd64. Does this then get
translated again and why are we introducing yet another name for the
operating system on Apple computers?
On 2017-04-03 20:41, Mandy Chung wrote:
> This revisits the OS name and arch in packaging JDK modules
> to extend the module descriptor with ModuleTarget class file
> attribute. We considered matching with the system properties.
> Linux x64 JDK can run on a system whose `os.arch` system
> property value can be `amd64` or `i586` or `x86_x64`.
> Similiarly, windows x86/x64 JDK can run on a system whose
> `os.name` system property starts with “Windows” as the
> os.name property is set to "Windows XXX" for example
> "Windows Server 2012 R2”. It might be worth considering
> multiple OS arch values in ModuleTarget in the future.
> JDK bundle names are revised in JDK 9. This is a good
> alternative to be consistent with $OS-$ARCH value in
> the bundle names. This patch proposes to package JDK modules
> with OS name and arch to match the values as in JDK bundle names.
> jlink will generate the `release` file and set OS_NAME and
> OS_ARCH to those values. This also proposes to drop
> OS_VERSION to align with the ModuleTarget class file attribute.
> This shows the old and new value of OS_NAME/OS_ARCH properties
> in the `release` file:
> JDK 8 JDK 9
> ----- -----
> OS_NAME Linux linux
> SunOS solaris
> Darwin osx
> Windows windows
> OS_ARCH i386,x86 x86
> i586,amd64,x86_64 x64
> sparcv9 sparcv9
> arm arm32
> aarch64 arm64
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