<Swing Dev> Compilation problems
Alexander.Potochkin at Sun.COM
Mon Sep 8 06:03:27 PDT 2008
Have you read this FAQ
there also some blogs about building OpenJDK can be found in the internet
I am not sure it is possible to build the Swing only
I would try to build the whole JDK project
> Hi Pavel,
> yes, that class is there. Note however that I would like to build the Swing
> project only. Some months ago this was possible using a binary version of
> jdk7 and the make/netbeans/swing project. Then I usually could just use the
> IDEs context menu and call "Clean and Build". This seems not to be possible
> anymore. I tried to manipulate the build.properties file by once
> adding "sun/awt/" and once replacing "sun/swing/" with "sun/" in the value
> of "includes". Both times I got various other errors, though.
> Could somebody fix this or tell me how I can easily build the Swing (or the
> whole JDK) project?
> Against which build of the jdk should the Swing project compile? The latest
> jdk version is b34 but at http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/swing/jdk the last
> tag is "jdk7-b32".
> Thanks for your help.
> Am Freitag, 5. September 2008 schrieb Pavel Porvatov:
>> Hi Florian,
>> I've cloned the repository http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/swing/jdk
>> today and built jdk without problems. Do you have
>> \src\share\classes\sun\awt\EventQueueDelegate.java in your repository?
>> Regards, Pavel.
>>> Can anybody help me? Thanks
>>> Am Sonntag, 31. August 2008 schrieb Florian Brunner:
>>>> I cloned the repository http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7/swing/jdk but I
>>>> get "cannot find symbol" errors. (eg. sun.awt.EventQueueDelegate in
>>>> com.sun.java.swing.SwingUtilities3) when compiling the Swing project (I
>>>> use NetBeans 6.1).
>>>> I tried with the binary build of the jdk7 version b32, b33 and b34.
>>>> How can I build the Swing sources?
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