[OpenJDK 2D-Dev] RFR: 8246032: Implementation of JEP 347: Adopt C++14 Language Features in HotSpot
philip.race at oracle.com
Mon Jun 8 20:07:17 UTC 2020
Can we amend the JEP itself to be not solely about hotspot.
Since it affects other areas I think that
1) They may need to be compiled with C++14 enabled whether they use new
features or not
2) They may want - or need - to adopt C++11 or C++14 features too.
You already know that soon we will upgrade the harfbuzz 3rd party
library used by 2D
and it will bring along the need to use C++11 features and I had no plan
to propose a JEP for that.
So I don't want to be asked why we didn't do one when hotspot did !
So this really ought to be a JDK JEP whilst of course explaining that
hotspot is expected
to be the primary adopter.
BTW the JEP (https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8208089) still says
> For Solaris: Add the |-std=c++14| compiler option. .....
So I am sure there is still some room to update the JEP :-)
On 6/5/20, 12:52 AM, Kim Barrett wrote:
> [Changes are only to the build system, but since the changes have jdk-wide
> effect I’ve cc’d what I think are the relevant dev lists.]
> This change is part of JEP 347; the intent is to target JDK 16.
> Please review this change to the building of C++ code in the JDK to
> enable the use of C++14 language features. This change does not make
> any code changes to use new features provided by C++11 or C++14.
> This requires trimming the supported compiler versions, moving the
> minimum supported versions forward (significantly, in some cases).
> The new minimums are based on compiler documentation rather than
> testing. It may be that more recent versions are actually required.
> This change needs to be tested on platforms not supported by Oracle.
> The JEP test plan includes additional Oracle testing beyond what I’ve done.
> mach5 tier1-5 on Oracle supported platforms.
> Performance testing showed no significant changes in either direction.
> Build-only (no tests) for linux-arm32, linux-s390x, linux-ppc64le
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