Build failures on OS X 10.9.3
Magnus Ihse Bursie
magnus.ihse.bursie at oracle.com
Tue Sep 16 17:44:22 UTC 2014
On 2014-09-16 17:41, Ben Evans wrote:
>> I suspect it'll be easier to just install gcc on your mac. The last time I
>> checked openjdk 8 didn't compile correctly with clang, so you might also
>> have to patch the source code as well as the autoconf scripts.
> So Apple are now shipping a compiler by default, but it's clang, which
> they've aliased to gcc, despite the fact that the binaries differ?
> So all the standard hacks from earlier OS versions where you test for
> the presence of certain binaries to see whether devtools are installed
> are now bust?
> Well, isn't that ... lovely?
> I'd be intruigued to know whether OpenJDK 9 will build with Clang, as
> the autoconf seems happy with the behaviour of "gcc". I might install
> the TrueType headers and see how far that gets.
OpenJDK 9 is supposed to compile properly with clang on macosx.
Configure will auto-select clang if your Xcode version is >= N, for some
number of N (I suspect 5, but I'm not sure).
As for the freetype issue, I'm not sure I understand the problem. Do you
believe there is a regression? Freetype is and has always been a build
requirement for OpenJDK. Is the problem that OpenJDK 9 suddenly cannot
locate freetype automatically, when this has worked before?
In general, if you find issues with the build system, the best and
quickest responses are often received if you post the issues to
build-dev at openjdk.java.net.
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