RFR [9] Modular Source Code

David Holmes david.holmes at oracle.com
Tue Aug 19 02:49:19 UTC 2014

On 16/08/2014 1:58 AM, Erik Joelsson wrote:
> Hello Omair,
> No, as I tried to explain in my initial mail on this thread, since the
> modules are all compiled in parallel, and not sequentially like the
> current build does with the repositories, it doesn't make much sense
> timing each module. The numbers would be meaningless.

It would still be nice to see the different times for hotspot, images, 
any other targets, plus the "everything Java" component. Seeing where 
our build time gets used up is important to some of us.


> /Erik
> On 2014-08-15 17:55, Omair Majid wrote:
>> Hi,
>> * Alan Bateman <Alan.Bateman at oracle.com> [2014-08-13 08:36]:
>>> Just to add to Chris and Erik's mails, I would encourage everyone that
>>> pushes to jdk9/dev or the other jdk9 project integration forests to
>>> clone
>>> and build jigsaw/stage and get familiar with the proposed layout, new
>>> build
>>> targets, and the very different output emitted during the build. The
>>> changes
>>> are arguably as significant as the transition in JDK 8 from the "old
>>> build"
>>> to the "new build" so the more people taking the forest for a test
>>> drive the
>>> better. If you maintain your our own own IDE project then you'll
>>> likely have
>>> to adjust file paths so any issues encountered would be useful to
>>> hear about
>>> too.
>> Just one RFE for now:
>> The new build would provide a detailed breakdown of the build time of
>> each repo. With the 'new new build', all I see is an overall time:
>>> ----- Build times -------
>>> Start 2014-08-15 10:59:27
>>> End   2014-08-15 11:17:53
>>> 00:18:26 TOTAL
>>> -------------------------
>> Will a detailed breakdown of the build times for each module make a
>> return?
>> Thanks,
>> Omair

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