jdk10 on macOS

Alan Snyder javalists at cbfiddle.com
Fri Jan 5 21:35:56 UTC 2018


Maybe not as easy as you expect:

ant -f make/build.xml
Buildfile: /Volumes/A/JDK/jtreg/make/build.xml

-init:

import-javahelp:

BUILD FAILED
/Volumes/A/JDK/jtreg/make/build.xml:246: Warning: Could not find file /opt/javahelp/2.0/javahelp/lib/jh.jar to copy.



make -C make

…

../src/share/classes/com/sun/javatest/regtest/agent/TestNGRunner.java:33: error: package org.testng does not exist

...


> On Jan 5, 2018, at 1:02 PM, Jonathan Gibbons <jonathan.gibbons at oracle.com> wrote:
> 
> Alan,
> 
> I confirm there are problems with the jtreg builds from the Adopt OpenJDK group. I'll investigate what we can do to fix this.
> 
> -- Jon
> 
> On 01/05/2018 12:36 PM, Jonathan Gibbons wrote:
>> That sounds like a problem using an older build of jtreg, from the Adopt OpenJDK group. The tell-tale evidence is the Class-Path entry in the jtreg.jar MANIFEST.MF file:  does that entry include asmtools.jar?
>> 
>> There have been build changes for jtreg recently, that should have addressed this problem. If nothing else, it is now much easier to build jtreg yourself. The only external components you need are Ant and a recent JDK, such as JDK 8. Everything else will be downloaded, and built if necessary.
>> 
>> -- Jon
>> 
>> 
>> On 1/5/18 12:21 PM, Alan Snyder wrote:
>>> I am trying to build jdk10 on macOS 10.12.6. I got the basic build to work, but some tests fail.
>>> 
>>> Most of the test failures complain about not finding jasm or jcoder. This is odd because I downloaded jtreg-4.2-b11, which includes these classes, and the classpath appears to be correct in the log.
>>> 
>>> I got an error from StringPlatformChars, which could find native code. Could be the same jasm problem but not reported as such.
>>> 
>>> I got an error from NewUnsafeString, did not use provided string.
>>> 
>> 
> 



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