Hi - is there a group of people working on OpenJDK 8 for OpenBSD?
Bryan C. Everly
bryan at bceassociates.com
Mon Apr 27 17:34:38 UTC 2015
OK. It compiled for quite some time and then hit a warning that caused the
build to stop. Apparently there is a "treat warnings as errors" flag set
in the build scripts.
I found it in hotspot/bsd/makefiles/gcc.make and commented it out just to
Next error I hit was in os_posix.cpp on line 175 and 195. RLIMIT_AS was
not declared in this scope. From looking at the man page for getrlimit()
it looks like that is one that isn't available on OpenBSD. While I should
have spent more time looking for an analog (maybe RLIMIT_RSS or
RLIMIT_DATA?) I just put an #ifndef __OpenBSD__ around the two code
segments and pressed on.
On Mon, Apr 27, 2015 at 12:58 PM, Bryan C. Everly <bryan at bceassociates.com>
> Wow! Looks like it's time to spin up a build server.
> clang seems to do better at least in my experience.
> On Mon, Apr 27, 2015 at 12:56 PM, Christos Zoulas <christos at zoulas.com>
>> On Apr 27, 12:53pm, bryan at bceassociates.com ("Bryan C. Everly") wrote:
>> -- Subject: Re: Hi - is there a group of people working on OpenJDK 8 for
>> | LOL. Yes. My 4-core 16 GB 2x1TB SSD setup just isn't cutting it any
>> Yes, well. Try compiling chromium. (It needs 32GB :) Is clang any better
>> memory usage than gcc?
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