b39 build problems on Ubuntu 8.10

Niklas Wirstrom niwi at sics.se
Mon Nov 24 11:02:50 UTC 2008


Of course I forgot to attach the file. Here it comes (gzipped).

/Niklas


Niklas Wirstrom wrote:
> Hi All,
> thanks for all the answers. You are very helpful. I followed the 
> advice of using icedTea, and that build without problems.
>
> Andrew, here is what I did to try to build openJDK. The file 
> make.output is attached.
>
> wget 
> http://www.java.net/download/jdk7/archive/b39/jdk-7-ea-src-b39-jrl-06_nov_2008.jar 
>
> wget 
> http://www.java.net/download/jdk7/archive/b39/jdk-7-ea-bin-b39-jrl-06_nov_2008.jar 
>
> wget 
> http://www.java.net/download/jdk7/archive/b39/jdk-7-ea-mozilla_headers-b39-unix-06_nov_2008.jar 
>
>
>
> #I installed the bundles to the same directory 
> (/home1/niwi/record-replay/java/openJava)
> java -jar jdk-7-ea-bin-b39-jrl-06_nov_2008.jar
> java -jar jdk-7-ea-mozilla_headers-b39-unix-06_nov_2008.jar
> java -jar jdk-7-ea-src-b39-jrl-06_nov_2008.jar
>
> cd /home1/niwi/record-replay/java/openJava
>
> unset CLASSPATH JAVA_HOME
>
> export ALT_MOZILLA_HEADERS_PATH=$(pwd)/share/plugin
> export ALT_BOOTDIR=/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun
>
> make sanity #Note: The sanity check passes even if ALT_BOOTDIR is unset
> make &> make.output
>
>
> Andrew John Hughes wrote:
>> 2008/11/21 Kelly O'Hair <Kelly.Ohair at sun.com>:
>>  
>>> Sorry, I meant to explicitly call out the 3 "WARNING:" messages.
>>> The bcopy problem is a separate thing, more serious and needs to be
>>> fix in OpenJDK sources. Glad to hear that IcedTea has them fixed.
>>>
>>>     
>>
>> We just remove the offending lines from
>> openjdk/hotspot/src/share/vm/libadt/port.hpp which works on GNU/Linux
>> platforms but I'm not sure if anyone has built the result on Solaris.
>>
>>  
>>> The 3 "WARNING:"s are coming from the jdk/make/common/shared/Sanity.gmk
>>> file but they are surrounded with "ifndef OPENJDK" and by default
>>> the variable OPENJDK should be set.
>>> These messages were for the closed or JRL built JDK, and will be 
>>> deleted
>>> soon.
>>>
>>> So my concern is, how did they come out in a OPENJDK=true build?
>>>
>>>     
>>
>> I'm not sure; I've not seen this on any of the numerous occasions I've
>> built OpenJDK and OpenJDK6.  FWIW, we build with:
>>
>>     "ALT_JDK_IMPORT_PATH=$(ICEDTEA_BOOT_DIR)" \
>>     "ANT_HOME=$(SYSTEM_ANT_DIR)" \
>>         "BUILD_NUMBER=$(OPENJDK_VERSION)" \
>>     "JDK_UPDATE_VERSION=$(JDK_UPDATE_VERSION)" \
>>         "JRE_RELEASE_VERSION=1.7.0_$(COMBINED_VERSION)" \
>>     "LANG=C" \
>>     "PATH=$(abs_top_builddir)/bootstrap/jdk1.6.0/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin" 
>>
>> \
>>     "ALT_BOOTDIR=$(ICEDTEA_BOOT_DIR)" \
>>     "ALT_BINARY_PLUGS_PATH=$(abs_top_builddir)/bootstrap/jdk1.7.0" \
>>     "BUILD_ARCH_DIR=$(BUILD_ARCH_DIR)" \
>>     "ICEDTEA_RT=$(ICEDTEA_RT)" \
>>     "ICEDTEA_BUILD_DIR=$(ICEDTEA_BUILD_DIR)" \
>>     "ICEDTEA_CLS_DIR=$(ICEDTEA_CLS_DIR)" \
>>     "ICEDTEA_ENDORSED_DIR=$(ICEDTEA_ENDORSED_DIR)" \
>>     "ENDORSED=-Djava.endorsed.dirs=$(ICEDTEA_ENDORSED_DIR)" \
>>     "CLASSPATH=" \
>>     "LD_LIBRARY_PATH=" \
>>     "ICEDTEA_CORE_BUILD=$(ICEDTEA_CORE_BUILD)" \
>>     "ICEDTEA_ZERO_BUILD=$(ICEDTEA_ZERO_BUILD)" \
>>     "ICEDTEA_SHARK_BUILD=$(ICEDTEA_SHARK_BUILD)" \
>>     "ZERO_LIBARCH=$(ZERO_LIBARCH)" \
>>     "ZERO_BITSPERWORD=$(ZERO_BITSPERWORD)" \
>>     "ZERO_ENDIANNESS=$(ZERO_ENDIANNESS)" \
>>     "ZERO_ARCHDEF=$(ZERO_ARCHDEF)" \
>>     "ZERO_ARCHFLAG=$(ZERO_ARCHFLAG)" \
>>     "LIBFFI_CFLAGS=$(LIBFFI_CFLAGS)" \
>>     "LIBFFI_LIBS=$(LIBFFI_LIBS)" \
>>     "LLVM_CFLAGS=$(LLVM_CFLAGS)" \
>>     "LLVM_LDFLAGS=$(LLVM_LDFLAGS)" \
>>     "LLVM_LIBS=$(LLVM_LIBS)" \
>>     "FREETYPE2_HEADERS=$(FREETYPE2_CFLAGS)" \
>>     "FT2_LIB=$(FREETYPE2_LIBS)" \
>>     "ALT_PARALLEL_COMPILE_JOBS=$(PARALLEL_JOBS)" \
>>     "HOTSPOT_BUILD_JOBS=$(PARALLEL_JOBS)" \
>>     "JAVAC=" \
>>     "RHINO_JAR=$(RHINO_JAR)" \
>>     "DISTRIBUTION_ID=$(DIST_ID)"
>>
>> A lot of that's IcedTea-specific or designed to ensure that
>> options/binaries defined by configure are passed down to the OpenJDK
>> make process.  It would be useful to know how Niklas is building
>> OpenJDK.
>>    
>>> -kto
>>>
>>> Andrew John Hughes wrote:
>>>    
>>>> 2008/11/21 Kelly O'Hair <Kelly.Ohair at sun.com>:
>>>>      
>>>>> You can ignore the 3 WARNINGS, they will be removed soon.
>>>>>
>>>>>         
>>>> I have to admit I've never seen those warnings.  I'm sure I don't need
>>>> to say I'm not running a 2.4 copy of Linux.
>>>>
>>>>      
>>>>> However, I'm 99.9% sure that these error messages should not be seen
>>>>> at all when building the OpenJDK sources.
>>>>>
>>>>>         
>>>> We've patched bcopy and friends out in IcedTea, so clearly others have
>>>> run into them.  Matthias Koch, who packages IcedTea for Debian/Ubuntu,
>>>>  added the patch so you'd have to ask him.  Maybe a newer gcc promotes
>>>> them from warnings to errors?
>>>>
>>>>      
>>>>> Exactly where did you get the sources from?
>>>>>
>>>>>         
>>>> Probably http://openjdk.java.net, that's where I get mine :)
>>>>
>>>>      
>>>>> -kto
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> niwi at sics.se wrote:
>>>>>        
>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>> I am trying to build the open JDK from source (using the b39 
>>>>>> snapshot
>>>>>> release) on Ubuntu 8.10, but I get the following error message:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> In file included from ../generated/incls/_precompiled.incl:286:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> /home1/niwi/record-replay/java/openJava/fifth-try/hotspot/src/share/vm/libadt/port.hpp: 
>>>>>>
>>>>>> In function 'void bcopy(const void*, void*, size_t)':
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> /home1/niwi/record-replay/java/openJava/fifth-try/hotspot/src/share/vm/libadt/port.hpp:40: 
>>>>>>
>>>>>> error: 'void bcopy(const void*, void*, size_t)' redeclared inline
>>>>>> without
>>>>>> 'gnu_inline' attribute
>>>>>> /usr/include/bits/string3.h:90: error: 'void bcopy(const void*, 
>>>>>> void*,
>>>>>> size_t)' previously defined here
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The sanity test passes, but with the following warnings:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> WARNING: The official linux builds use OS version 2.4.9-e.3.
>>>>>> You appear to be using OS version 2.6.27-7-generic.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> WARNING: The build is being done on Linux Unknown linux.
>>>>>> The official linux builds use Linux Advanced Server,
>>>>>> specifically Linux Advanced Server release 2.1AS.
>>>>>> The version found was '2.6.27-7-generic'.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> WARNING: The linux compiler is not version 3.2
>>>>>> Specifically the GCC compiler.
>>>>>> You appear to be using compiler version: 4.3
>>>>>> The compiler was obtained from the following location:
>>>>>> /usr/bin/
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Any suggestions?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Thanks
>>>>>> /Niklas
>>>>>>
>>>>>>           
>>>>
>>>>       
>>
>>
>>
>>   
>
>


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