Self-built JDK has troubles reading jar-files
Andrew John Hughes
gnu_andrew at member.fsf.org
Tue Nov 3 22:33:51 UTC 2009
2009/11/3 Clemens Eisserer <linuxhippy at gmail.com>:
> Hi Andrew,
>> Difficult to say from just that. Have you tried using the freshly
>> built JDK to build itself? It's a quick acid test of a new build, and
>> something IcedTea does by default.
> I know thats no excuse, but I haven't played a lot with building OpenJDK.
> I was happy when I found a way to build it reliable, I usually do that
> with the following script:
>> export ALT_BOOTDIR=/home/ce/Programme/jdk7b75/
>> export ALT_HOTSPOT_IMPORT_PATH=/home/ce/Programme/jdk7b75
>> export ALT_BINARY_PLUGS_PATH=/fc8/home/ce/OpenJDK7/openjdk-binary-plugs
>> export PATH=$PATH:/home/ce/Development/tools/apache-ant-1.6.5/bin/
>> export ALT_OUTPUTDIR=/home/ce/jdk2d_try/jdk/build/linux-i586
>> export ALT_JDK_IMPORT_PATH=/home/ce/Programme/jdk7b75
>> export ALT_JIBX_LIBS_PATH=/home/ce/Development/tools/jibx/lib
>> make ARCH_DATA_MODEL=32 FASTDEBUG=false DEV_ONLY=false
> When I try to use the self-built jdk, it fails, because the files in
> linux-i586 don't have the structure the makefile searches for, and it
> fails with:
> ERROR: HOTSPOT_SERVER_PATH does not point to a valid HotSpot VM.
> Please check your access to
> and/or check your value of ALT_HOTSPOT_SERV
> Thanks, Clemens
You can cut that down to:
You don't need binary plugs or any of these import statements, and
they are probably confusing things.
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