Contributing to the development of openjdk mips port
liuqi at loongson.cn
Mon Oct 18 19:28:24 PDT 2010
On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 09:00:41PM -0500, Jonathan Springer wrote:
> Hi Qi,
> I think there is interest in getting MIPS code upstream, but it may
> take some time, since a port is a large change, and there are some
> questions to resolve. I think there are issues of maintenance, for
> example. But for process, as a start, any contributions to the
> OpenJDK base must be made by signatories of the Sun Contributor
> Agreement, which can be obtained here: http://oss.oracle.com/oca.pdf
Thanks for your reminding about the maintenance, code and legal issues
about the MIPS porting. We know that it will take a very long time
and hard efforts to make these changes to be merged into the OpenJDK
mainline. We will do everything we can do to make that happen. Just tell
us if we could do anything.
> In the meantime, we may want to maintain a separate OpenJDK branch
> that we merge from the mainline (6) regularly. Ideally, it would be a
> common tree that we use for all MIPS platforms. Reservoir could host
> that tree, if that makes sense.
That sounds interesting. Could we access the Reservoir tree from the
> On 10/18/2010 7:53 PM, LIU Qi wrote:
> > Hi guys,
> > My name is Liu Qi and I am from China Loongson Company. Currently, we
> > are focusing on the development of MIPS compatible processors. Also we
> > have a team working on the OpenJDK port to the MIPS platform. By now we
> > have some preliminary results on that. You could reach the code repos.
> > here:
> > http://hg.printk.org/openjdk6-mips/
> > With these codes, we could run Java applications with the interpreter on
> > MIPS machines. And by the end of the month, we will finish the debug of
> > the c1 compiler.
> > In the meantime, we want to merge our codes into the OpenJDK. The
> > OpenJDK mips port leader Jonathan told me that we could use the MIPS
> > porting project within OpenJDK. Do you have some advice on that? Also,
> > we want to discuss some detail information about merging. Who should I
> > talk to? Could you provide a name for us? Thanks.
> > Regards,
> > Qi
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