First build-infra push to jdk8 -- try out the new build system!
henri.gomez at gmail.com
Sat Apr 21 11:34:27 UTC 2012
New build system has been tested allready on OSX ?
Le 21 avr. 2012 à 09:10, Fredrik Öhrström <oehrstroem at gmail.com> a écrit :
> For the new build you have to explicitly choose release,fastdebug or slowdebug.
> (--with-debug-level=release,fastdebug or slowdebug)
> So you do not need to turn off fastdebug, it defaults to release.
> As for the demos and samples. They compile so much faster that there is no
> point in turning them off. 10 seconds on my workstation, and during
> the incremental
> they take no detectable time at all.
> You probably want to do: --with-jvm-variants=server
> when building on a 32bit machine since the default is client,server
> (client,server,kernel on 32bit windows) And building extra libjvms does take
> a significant amount of time.
> 2012/4/21 Brian Goetz <brian.goetz at oracle.com>:
>> Is there a list of "features" that can be turned on and off? With the old
>> build, I customize it with environment variables like SKIP_FASTDEBUG_BUILD,
>> NO_DOCS, NO_SAMPLES, and NO_DEMOS, which shaves lots of time off the build.
>> Are there equivalent configure flags for these?
>> On 4/12/2012 5:47 AM, Magnus Ihse Bursie wrote:
>>> The build-infra project  has been working for a while with creating a
>>> new build system. The goals of the project include, but are not limited
>>> to, improved build performance and improved ease of use.
>>> The first part of this project has now been pushed to the jdk8 master
>>> forest. This means that the new build system is available for you to try
>>> out! The old build system is still there, and if you want to continue to
>>> use it, you will notice no difference (for now...).
>>> But if you are interested in trying the new build system, we welcome you
>>> to experiment with it! The basic operation is:
>>> cd common/makefiles
>>> More information is available in the new build README . If you want
>>> to try the new build system, please read it first.
>>> Please note that the new build system is not yet complete. We do not yet
>>> have full platform support, nor are all parts of the old build converted
>>> (but then we fall back on the old build system), and there are likely to
>>> be bugs. Most of all, we need to have exposure on a wide range of
>>> different build systems, since the reality is always so much messier
>>> than you'd want to believe. :-) Please help us to resolve such issues
>>> early by trying the new build system!
>>> Any questions or discussions on the new build system should be sent to
>>> build-dev at openjdk.java.net.
>>>  http://openjdk.java.net/projects/build-infra/index.html
>>>  http://openjdk.java.net/projects/build-infra/guide.html
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