Setup Netbeans project - Please help!
Ulf.Zibis at gmx.de
Sun Mar 22 08:10:56 UTC 2009
I've opened the JConsole project from JDK7 b51 sources and ran into some errors. See attachment.
Can you give me some hints?
When I set .openjdk\build.properties to:
the compile warning disappears, but the errors in editor remain.
I think, JConsole project would be a good "template" to create my own "nio-charset" project.
Additionally, I don't see how to connect to the Mercurial repository. There is no "Mercurial" menu
item on projects node, although there are plenty .hg* files in the project..
From Subversion I'm used to have "Subversion" menu item automatically if the .svn folders are
present in project.
Am 20.03.2009 23:22, Alan Bateman schrieb:
> Ulf Zibis wrote:
>> Alan, yes, I'm considering this. I regularly observe the regarding
>> changes from jdk6 to jdk7, to be up to date.
>> The SingleByte.java approach consumes little more memory for encoder
>> maps than legacy jdk6 SingleByteDecoder, so my approach only consumes
>> 20 % against this. Disk-footprint of SingleByte.java approach is 25 %
>> against the legacy JDK 6 implementation, but initializing the b2c
>> char needs copying the internal char from String constant and
>> then throwing it to GC.
>> In my current project, I only build a patch-jar using NetBeans 6.5,
>> which I preload via -Xbootclasspath to test it using JUnit 4.5.
>> This works fine on my system, after I've solved some tricky problems
>> (using same JDK version for running my code + running NetBeans didn't
>> Creating changesets against JDK7, I think, It's a must to also
>> provide working MAKE + TEST stuff.
>> So (1.) I should install a jdk build environment on my computer, but
>> I hesitated until now because of:
>> - I only have 60 GB disk 1.5 GB ram 2 GHz single core mobile computer
>> for all my work including private stuff. Does that smoothly work ?
> Yes, it's possible to build with this spec. The only thing is you are
> on Windows and this is much harder to setup for the build when
> compared to Linux or Solaris.
>> - I only have MS VS 6 enterprise, but MS VS 2008 is required to build
>> JDK7. Is there any chance without that, if I don't touch native code ?
> Currently we use VC7 (Visual Studio .NET 2003) but are in transition.
> I think the jdk repository will build with the express (free)
> compilers but I'll need to check on the status of that. For what you
> are doing it may be that you don't care about native code so running
> with patches that are prepended to the bootclasspath is okay.
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