Building 32-bit on 64-bit Linux without jprt.config?
David Holmes - Sun Microsystems
David.Holmes at Sun.COM
Thu May 21 02:40:38 UTC 2009
jprt.config is used by our internal build/test system so I don't know
why your changes were made there. Anyway the main changes would be in
the top-level makefiles (possibly top-level of each sub-repository).
I've only done this for hotspot and then in an older version of the
system. But the basic approach, as I recall, was to emulate the solaris
approach and just make sure if LP=64 (or equivalent) is not set then use
all the necessary 32-bit flags.
Ironically my changes were not applied to the JPRT side of things :) - yet.
Nicholas Riley said the following on 05/21/09 12:20:
> For a while I've been patching jprt.config to build 32-bit on a 64-bit
> Linux machine, as was discussed back here:
> The exact patch I was using is:
> However, there's no more jprt.config in make or corba/make. Where else
> would be a good place to make this change now?
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