david.buck at oracle.com
Wed Dec 20 08:13:04 UTC 2017
No blog to point you to, but building on non-Windows platforms should be
pretty painless these days.
> then tried again with the JDK source
Yes, that is the one to use. The makefile had a number of issues that I
fixed recently but have not (yet) backported to 8u-dev.
I was able to build on an Ubuntu 16.4 (AMD64) using the following
commands (output omitted):
hg clone http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk/hs
tar xf binutils-2.28.1.tar.gz
make all64 BINUTILS=../../../../binutils-2.28.1
The above steps resulted in the plugin being generated here:
Note the version of binutils I used, there is some issue with 2.29 and
later versions that prevents the build from succeeding. I hope to
investigate if I get some extra bandwidth next year. Also, avoiding
"cross compiling" is probably a good idea. If you want to build a 32-bit
plugin, it is probably simpler to just build it in a 32-bit environment.
Let us know once you get this working. macOS is pretty similar. Then we
can take a crack at a Windows build if you are up for it.
On 2017/12/20 7:13, Ted Neward wrote:
> Hey, all. Been trying for a day and a half now to build the hsdis disassembly plugin in jdk/src/utils/hsdis, with no luck. (Tried first off of the JDK8u source, then tried again with the JDK source, no love either way.)
> Is there a definitive page (wiki, blog, etc) that describes how to build hsdis on different platforms? I’m trying right now in an Ubuntu 16 VM, but would also want to build on Windows and/or macOS. All the Web is showing me is posts from a few years ago that don’t seem to address some of the issues I’m running into.
> I can copy build output if it’ll help, but wanted to go do my homework before doing that. :-)
> Ted Neward
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