RFR: 8212794 IBM-964 and IBM-29626C are required for AIX default charset
takiguc at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Thu Nov 29 13:39:59 UTC 2018
Hello Alan & Magnus.
Sorry for you confusion.
I did many copy actions and rename actions.
So you may see, I added unexpected code into non AIX platform.
I think I should not put 2 kind of modification.
For this bug id, I'll handle IBM964 and IBM33722.
(also SimpleEUCEncoder.java is required)
I'll submit code review again.
Additionally, I'll touch
I'll not touch
My build machine is not so fast, after test is done.
I'll post new code.
On 2018-11-28 19:10, Magnus Ihse Bursie wrote:
> On 2018-11-28 10:36, Alan Bateman wrote:
>> On 28/11/2018 09:28, Magnus Ihse Bursie wrote:
>>> I'm quite unsatisfied with the current handling of character sets in
>>> the build in general. :-( I'd really like to modernize it. I have a,
>>> slightly fuzzy, laundry list of things I want to fix from a build
>>> perspective, but I'm not sure of what "external" requirements are
>>> coming from AIX and the general core-libs agenda regarding character
>>> sets in general.
>>> I think there is a good opportunity to solve many problems at the
>>> same time here, as long as everyone agrees on what is the preferred
>> The support in the build to configure the charsets to include in
>> java.base on each platform has been working well. Charsets that aren't
>> in java.base go into the jdk.charsets service provider module and that
>> has been working well too. From the result point of view, perhaps, but
>> definitely not from the build perspective. ;-) But yes, I understand
>> this is functionality that should be kept.
>> One thing that we lack is some way to add charsets for specific
>> platforms and this comes up with the IBM patches where they are
>> looking to adding several additional IBM charsets. One starting point
>> that we've touched on in several threads here is dropping the EBCDIC
>> charsets from the main stream builds. Going there will need build
> So build support for trivially adding specific charsets to specific
> platforms? Both to java.base (for AIX) and jdk.charsets, I presume,
> Can you expand on the issue of dropping ebcdic? What's the problem
> that needs build support?
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