JavaSE 7 build 14 is available at the website

Phil Race Phil.Race at Sun.COM
Fri Jun 22 17:43:27 UTC 2007

Jonathan Gibbons wrote:
> Phil,
> You can do mildly better than that if you have access to the database,
> using the fields that describe which bugs have been fixed and made
> available, but not yet been integrated into the master.  That at least
> would give you a preview of what's coming.

But usually the build target in those 'fixed available' ones is the
very non-specific 'beta' .. meaning it'll be integrated next time
that teams integrates but which build is TBD.


> -- Jon
> Phil Race wrote:
>> > Is there a list like the above of issues being worked on for the 
>> next one.
>> The only place that information is maintained is the internal bug 
>> database
>> and you'd have to query for bugs that were 'integrated' into, eg, b15.
>> But that state occurs only as each group puts back its changes into the
>> master workspace (still teamware). So its changing in real time, right
>> up to the day that b15 happens.
>> So in other words, even with access to that database, I couldn't
>> tell you exactly what will be fixed in b15 until b15 is done, and
>> as soon as its done, it will be pushed out, along with the list.
>> -phil.
>> Mark Wielaard wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> On Thu, 2007-06-21 at 21:50 -0700, Xiomara Jayasena wrote:
>>>> The OpenJDK source, Compiler source and Jtreg binary for the 
>>>> promoted JavaSE 7 build b14 is available under the openjdk
>>>> website under Source Code (direct link 
>>>> to bundles: )
>>> Thanks. I found the following bug-list/changelog for the closedjdk:
>>> I assume these are more or less the same as for openjdk?
>>> How often do you plan to push out these "promoted JavaSE7" builds?
>>> Is there a list like the above of issues being worked on for the next
>>> one?
>>> Cheers,
>>> Mark

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