Dynamically linked libjli for *BSD

Jung-uk Kim jkim at FreeBSD.org
Tue May 19 21:57:58 UTC 2015

On 05/19/2015 14:18, Kurt Miller wrote:
> On Mon, 2015-05-18 at 15:16 -0400, Jung-uk Kim wrote:
>> Ideally, I think we have to make this conditional by adding a 
>> variable, e.g., USE_STATIC_LIBJLI, and set it only on macosx by 
>> default.  Then we can set it from our port makefile depending on
>>  target FreeBSD version.
> Using a single USE_STATIC_LIBJLI variable that controls static 
> linking for bsd + other OS's turned out to be not straightforward 
> since the findstring matching related to static linking libjli is 
> not uniform. In some places it is 'bsd macosx' and others it is 
> 'bsd macosx aix' or 'bsd macosx windows aix'.
> Instead of USE_STATIC_LIBJLI that applies to all os, I went with a 
> var called BSD_STATIC_LIBJLI that gets set to 'bsd' only when 
> --enable-static-libjli is configured and the OS is 'bsd'. Otherwise
> BSD_STATIC_LIBJLI is left blank. This allows me to use it in the
> non-uniform findstring matches. See the diffs below for details.
> There are two parts to the diff, jdk8 and jdk8/jdk separated below.
> I didn't include the regenerated generated-configure.sh part, but
> would commit that as well.
> Please take a look at the diffs and provide feedback if there's a 
> problem with it. I've tested builds without --enable-static-libjli
>  and with it (w/--disable-debug-symbols) on OpenBSD and its working
>  well for me.

Working as advertised on FreeBSD-current for me.


Jung-uk Kim

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