[PATCH] Always apply Zero and Shark patches
Andrew John Hughes
gnu_andrew at member.fsf.org
Fri May 8 08:00:31 PDT 2009
2009/5/8 Gary Benson <gbenson at redhat.com>:
> Andrew John Hughes wrote:
>> 2009/5/8 Gary Benson <gbenson at redhat.com>:
>> > Gary Benson wrote:
>> > > This patch makes the Zero and Shark patches be applied to
>> > > all builds, not just Zero and Shark ones. Ok to commit?
>> > *This* patch. The one thing I don't like about mutt is the
>> > way it makes you forget attachments...
>> Very cool. Please commit.
>> Are all the Zero/Shark patches in this change SCAed?
> If doko and xranby are both covered then... probably.
> For the purposes of disambiguation, can you tell me exactly the
> patches you plan to push, and I'll confirm them individually.
Oh, the last time we had this discussion I thought you were pretty
much the sole copyright holder.
In that case, I'll confirm each patch as I intend to push it. I think
doko is still without an SCA, not such with xranby.
I'd like to get them in the forest in 7 so I don't have to keep doing
zero and shark builds just to check for patch conflicts. Either way,
I have to merge the changes in 6 across, and doing it in the forest
seems easier than on a patch-by-patch basis.
>> If so, I'd like to just push them (or rather the 7 equivalents)
>> into the IcedTea forest for 7.
> What is the process for going from there to the OpenJDK forest?
Same as aph outlined. Having the commits in the IcedTea forest would
mean that you could roll the patches/webrev from the changeset(s)
there, and we can do 'raw' OpenJDK builds of Zero/Shark. HotSpot in
the IcedTea forest will be the same as HotSpot in the master jdk7 tree
as soon as I bump to b57.
Of course, if you want to go straight for 6, you need to apply the
patches against the 6 forest instead, but that's probably not possible
until the version of HotSpot in 6 is updated.
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