Java 7 on OS X Snow Leopard
hallmike at att.net
Tue Jul 20 15:41:50 PDT 2010
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On Jul 20, 2010, at 6:19 AM, Christian Thalinger wrote:
> LoadC was renamed to LoadUS a long time ago. Are you sure your bsd-
> copy is updated?
I've been looking at this off and on over a little period of time
looking at some file creation dates it looks like since about 7-7.
The bsd_x86_32.ad that ends up in my build at bsd-port/build/bsd-i586/
The only place I see LoadUS (at least in a 32 file) is at bsd-port/
> For example here's what hg log reports in my hotspot dir:
I'm not quite sure what the implication of this is to my error. If I
issue the 'hg log lmore' command from my bsd-port directory it
returns nothing. Btw, the built 7 you pointed me to from 10.5 at
least version checks for me (java/javac). As far as I got with it
> Did you 'hg fupdate' after 'hg fpull'? If not, your working copy will
> still be out of date even if hg log shows you modern history.
Again I'm not sure if this applies to mine or not. I did not do this.
I did a 'hg fclone' as indicated in the url given process I was
looking at. I then did a 'hg fclone' against the changeset that
appeared to correct the compile error. Getting me to the posted
error. I later did a 'hg fclone', once is good, twice is better,
against what appeared to be the current openjdk7 repository. No
difference for the posted error.
If you are saying there are commands that will provide you better
information on the error, please indicate exactly what they are and
in exactly what sequence I should issue them.
As far as the LoadC, LoadUS thing goes would it then be a
possibility that using the changeset to fix the compile error
introduced some conflict between these? If thats it how do I handle
Mike Hall hallmike at att dot net
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