Official and community supported build platforms for JDK 8 and 9
omajid at redhat.com
Fri Nov 21 20:55:16 UTC 2014
Thanks for creating this!
* Magnus Ihse Bursie <magnus.ihse.bursie at oracle.com> [2014-11-21 13:22]:
> To help address this, I've created a publicly available wiki page:
Can you clarify what "Works correctly" means? Does it mean just building
or does it include building and running? For example, OpenJDK 8 probably
fails to build (or at least it used to fail to build) on most Linux
distributions that were using Make 4.0. A patch was needed to fix that,
but when that was fixed, OpenJDK 8 would build and run just fine. In
cases like this, is it better to say "works correctly" and/or "builds
with workarounds" or something else entirely?
How about adding a column named "last checked" or "last updated" to make
it obvious when building on that platform was last checked?
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