[PATCH] Remove support for building Zero with bundled HotSpot
Andrew John Hughes
gnu_andrew at member.fsf.org
Thu May 7 08:31:51 PDT 2009
2009/5/7 Gary Benson <gbenson at redhat.com>:
> Hi all,
> Once upon a time, IcedTea used the HotSpot supplied in the
> OpenJDK 6 tarball. This didn't contain the C++ interpreter,
> so for Zero and Shark a patch was created to upgrade the
> HotSpot to a (somewhat arbitrary) newer version that did.
> Nowadays, IcedTea uses an upgraded HotSpot by default, one that
> contains the C++ interpreter. This patch removes support for
> building Zero and Shark with the original HotSpot, an option
> that has not worked for some months.
> Ok to commit?
Looks ok to me, but it'd be nice to have a ChangeLog in the mail, so
we can see more easily which patches are being removed :)
I'd be tempted to go the whole hog and just drop the remaining
original patches, but up to you... :)
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