[OpenJDK 2D-Dev] Remove including of link.h to improve portability
philip.race at oracle.com
Mon Mar 12 11:22:40 PDT 2012
I added two of those includes myself I believe and I doubt I did it
and others apparently found it necessary too. So we need to be sure this
However at least one of those I added dates back to Solaris 8 being the
so maybe its no longer needed.
I ran the patch through our internal jprt build system on all platforms
for Solaris uses a recent Solaris 10 update and it built fine. I didn't
any new warnings on the files I know anything about.
It was incorrectly submitted as awt, I moved it to 2D.
But I think you should split this into 2 patches.
The above bug can be used for all the 2D ones and push to 2d.
The other one for the nio and security patches can go to the "tl" repo.
On 3/11/2012 8:29 PM, Jonathan Lu wrote:
> Bug 7152519 has been created for this patch.
> - Jonathan
> On 03/09/2012 07:49 PM, Jonathan Lu wrote:
>> Hello 2d-dev,
>> I find that link.h is included in several place of OpenJDK code,
>> mostly together with dlfcn.h, but this caused portability problem in
>> my testing on some Unix platforms, such as AIX.
>> So far as I see OpenJDK only makes use of basic POSIX.1-2001
>> compatible dynamic library manipulation functions, such as dlopen,
>> dlclose, dlsym, dlerr functions, no other extensions found, so is
>> link.h still neccessary for current implementation? because link.h is
>> not found in the c-POSIX standard headers
>> (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C_POSIX_library) and I think this
>> removal will be an enhancement for portability, does that make sense?
>> Here's the proposed patch, since most parts of it are from Java2d so
>> I post it here for discussion.
>> And one more question, in
>> src/solaris/native/sun/java2d/x11/XRBackendNative.c I found following
>> #ifdef __solaris__
>> /* Solaris 10 will not have these symbols at runtime */
>> #include <link.h>
>> And in src/solaris/native/sun/awt/fontpath.c,
>> #include <dlfcn.h>
>> #ifndef __linux__ /* i.e. is solaris */
>> #include <link.h>
>> I've built successfully on Ubuntu 11.10 32bit and OpenSolaris Express
>> 2010.11 x86, the patch seems to be OK, but does anybody know the
>> situation on Solaris (e.g. Solaris 10) of this problem?
>> I assume it will also comply with POSIX.1-2001 standard, and provide
>> all the required functions in dlfcn.h, right?
>> - Jonathan
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