Building OpenJDK Java 1.7.0 on Mac OS X 10.6

Maxim Porges maxim.porges at highwinds.com
Thu Nov 5 17:01:46 UTC 2009


Mario,

	Thanks for the reply. I had seen that thread before but had missed  
the part about the change to globalDefinitions.hpp. I made those  
changes and tried the build again. It got further than it did before,  
but it still failed with the following errors:

> rm -f /Users/mporges/bsd-port/build/bsd-i586/tmp/jre-elf-files.list
> /usr/bin/find /Users/mporges/bsd-port/build/bsd-i586/j2re-image/lib - 
> type f -name \*.dylib >> /Users/mporges/bsd-port/build/bsd-i586/tmp/ 
> jre-elf-files.list
> find: /Users/mporges/bsd-port/build/bsd-i586/j2re-image/lib: No such  
> file or directory
> make[2]: *** [/Users/mporges/bsd-port/build/bsd-i586/tmp/jre-elf- 
> files.list] Error 1
> >>>Making process-image-jdk @ Thu Nov  5 11:30:31 EST 2009 ...
> rm -f /Users/mporges/bsd-port/build/bsd-i586/tmp/jdk-elf-files.list
> /usr/bin/find /Users/mporges/bsd-port/build/bsd-i586/j2sdk-image/jre/ 
> lib -type f -name \*.dylib >> /Users/mporges/bsd-port/build/bsd-i586/ 
> tmp/jdk-elf-files.list
> find: /Users/mporges/bsd-port/build/bsd-i586/j2sdk-image/jre/lib: No  
> such file or directory
> make[2]: *** [/Users/mporges/bsd-port/build/bsd-i586/tmp/jdk-elf- 
> files.list] Error 1
> >>>Making sec-files @ Thu Nov  5 11:30:31 EST 2009 ...
> /bin/mkdir -p .
> rm -f sec-files
> rm -f /Users/mporges/bsd-port/build/bsd-i586/tmp/sec-bin.zip
> cd  /Users/mporges/bsd-port/build/bsd-i586 && \
> 		/usr/bin/zip -rq9 /Users/mporges/bsd-port/build/bsd-i586/tmp/sec- 
> bin.zip classes/javax/net classes/javax/security/cert classes/com/ 
> sun/net/ssl classes/com/sun/security/cert classes/sun/net/www/ 
> protocol/https classes/sun/security/pkcs12 classes/sun/security/ssl  
> classes/sun/security/krb5/*.class classes/sun/security/krb5/internal/ 
> *.class classes/sun/security/krb5/internal/ccache classes/sun/ 
> security/krb5/internal/crypto classes/sun/security/krb5/internal/ 
> ktab classes/sun/security/krb5/internal/rcache classes/sun/security/ 
> krb5/internal/util classes/sun/security/jgss/spi/GSSContextSpi.class
>
> zip error: Nothing to do! (try: zip -rq9 /Users/mporges/bsd-port/ 
> build/bsd-i586/tmp/sec-bin.zip . -i classes/javax/net classes/javax/ 
> security/cert classes/com/sun/net/ssl classes/com/sun/security/cert  
> classes/sun/net/www/protocol/https classes/sun/security/pkcs12  
> classes/sun/security/ssl classes/sun/security/krb5/*.class classes/ 
> sun/security/krb5/internal/*.class classes/sun/security/krb5/ 
> internal/ccache classes/sun/security/krb5/internal/crypto classes/ 
> sun/security/krb5/internal/ktab classes/sun/security/krb5/internal/ 
> rcache classes/sun/security/krb5/internal/util classes/sun/security/ 
> jgss/spi/GSSContextSpi.class)
> make[2]: *** [sec-files] Error 12
> >>>Making sec-files-win @ Thu Nov  5 11:30:31 EST 2009 ...
> >>>Making jgss-files @ Thu Nov  5 11:30:31 EST 2009 ...
> make[2]: Target `images' not remade because of errors.
> >>>Finished making images @ Thu Nov  5 11:30:31 EST 2009 ...
> make[1]: *** [jdk-build] Error 2
> make[1]: Target `generic_build_repo_series' not remade because of  
> errors.
> make: *** [build_product_image] Error 2
> Control bsd i586 1.7.0-internal all_product_build build finished:
> Control bsd i586 1.7.0-internal all build finished:
> make: Target `default' not remade because of errors.

	Also, during the build, I saw errors like the following, but they did  
not stop the build from continuing:

> All done.
> cd bsd_i486_compiler2/product && ./test_gamma
> java full version "1.6.0_03-p3-landonf_19_aug_2008_14_55-b00"
> #
> # A fatal error has been detected by the Java Runtime Environment:
> #
> #  SIGBUS (0xa) at pc=837535, pid=37323, tid=2693272832
> #
> # JRE version: 6.0_03
> # Java VM: OpenJDK Server VM (16.0-b08 mixed mode bsd-x86 )
> # Problematic frame:
> # V  [libjvm.dylib+0xc379f]
> #
> # An error report file with more information is saved as:
> # /Users/mporges/bsd-port/build/bsd-i586/hotspot/outputdir/ 
> bsd_i486_compiler2/product/hs_err_pid37323.log
> #
> # If you would like to submit a bug report, please visit:
> #   http://java.sun.com/webapps/bugreport/crash.jsp

	At the end of the thread, Michael Franz states that he was able to  
build with gcc-4.0 and g++-4.0; I'm running version 4.2.1 of both  
tools on my machine, so this is a definite difference from Michael's  
environment. I also saw that Michael mentioned:

> I am actually building using IcedTea 1.11, so it is the bootstrap  
> JDK that cores when it tries to build OpenJDK.  The bootstrap is  
> built with Apples JDK 5 and ecj.  This is the same process that I am  
> using on Leopard and works fine.  The main difference is Leopard  
> using gcc 4.0 and Snow uses gcc 4.2.  I tried with gcc 4.0 on snow  
> but, there are compilation errors I have not worked through yet.


	Unfortunately, this last comment goes beyond my knowledge of the JDK  
build process since I'm really just working from Stephen Bannasch's  
wiki article on building for 10.5; I could certainly get gcc/g++ 4.0  
installed on my machine but I'm not sure how to configure IcedTea 1.11  
in to the build if I would need to.

	Does anybody know if there is any other work going on in the project  
to build OpenJDK 1.7.0 on the default Snow Leopard installation, or  
any step-through tutorials to that effect? I imagine in the absence of  
an Apple-released 1.7 JDK on the Mac that there must be some demand  
for a build of this nature. It would be great for a Snow Leopard build  
to be added to the page of prebuilt binaries. I'm obviously of limited  
use in this regard, but I'll be happy to help wherever I can to get  
this going.

Thanks,

- max



On Nov 5, 2009, at 8:58 AM, Mario Torre wrote:

> Il 04/11/2009 23:34, Maxim Porges ha scritto:
>> I've diff'd a few of the files from that patch, and it looks like the
>> code I have included the patch from jdk7-b47. I exported my local  
>> copy
>> on September 23, 2009 from http://hg.openjdk.java.net/bsd-port/bsd-port 
>> ,
>> so my guess would be that it was around jdk7-b73 based on the tag  
>> dates.
>>
>> So, it looks like I have the current source, but it doesn't build  
>> on OS
>> X 10.6.1. Does anybody know of a way to get the build working on OS  
>> X?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> - max
>
> Hi Max,
>
> As I replied before to the wrong thread, I repost:
>
> There is a thread on this error on the BSD Port mailing list, maybe of
> some help for you:
>
> http://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/bsd-port-dev/2009-September/000852.html
>
> Cheers,
> Mario
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