Build shark against llvm 3.0 on mac os x [resend from correct acct]
ChrisPhi at LGonQn.Org
Mon Dec 5 12:59:31 PST 2011
Between jdk7 hsx21 and current hsx23 the support for the non-Richochet
based JSR292 [invoke dynamic ] support that zero depended on was
removed. I am in the process of re-working zero's jsr 292 support
to function in hsx23 environment.
Shark and especially LLVM 3.0 are more problematic, but after Zero is
working again we will see.
On 05/12/11 03:05 PM, Edward Wang wrote:
> I tried to build shark against 3.0 on mac os x. I started with
> repository http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk7u/jdk7u-osx/, applied shark
> llvm 3.0 patch mentioned here: http://labb.zafena.se/?p=459 and did
> bunch of other adjustments. I made some progress before hitting the wall.
> It began to complain something like "RicochetFrame is not a member of
> MethodHandles". Unlike other cpus' methodHandles implementation,
> hotspot/src/cpu/zero/vm/methodHandles_zero.hpp is just a placeholder,
> which says:
> #define TARGET_ARCH_NYI_6939861 1
> So, my question is that did anyone try to build shark on os x before? Any
> And in ZeroSharkFaq wiki, there's a line says "Zero is currently
> Linux- and GCC-specific". I begin to doubt whether my effort of
> building shark on os x will do any good to openjdk community :)
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