OpenJDK BInary REsult
johnyeary at gmail.com
Mon Feb 27 12:13:25 UTC 2012
Henri did contact me about setting up everything to work with a CI system
and publishing it. As previously noted, we are a team of open source
developers who do this on our time. Unfortunately, my time slicing
algorithm needs some tweaking. I spent pretty much the whole weekend doing
Boy Scout activities... or recovering. ;-) I did manage to blog about
running OpenJDK, but it was waiting for me to finish the Darwin9Builld page
which I update a week ago.
I will try to get my ducks in a row and get some of these things like a
good build for OS X 10.5 PPC set up. I will likely try to lean on Henri for
assistance since he has the expertise in getting it set up. ;-)
"Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even
though checkered by failure, than to take rank with those poor spirits who
neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in the gray twilight
that knows not victory nor defeat."
-- Theodore Roosevelt
On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 6:42 AM, Ben Evans <benjamin.john.evans at gmail.com>wrote:
> >> can he be part of this mailing list?
> > I'm allready in and following it with interest :)
> Glad to hear it - I thought that some of your experiences with 7 may
> be of interest to anyone who wants to produce an OpenJDK 6 build.
> My general take on it is that anyone who wants to produce a slightly
> non-mainstream build (John Yeary, I'm lookin' at you :) ) should
> definitely go for it - after all Open Source is often about scratching
> your own itch first.
> Personally, where I want to spend my focus is on the future of the
> platform - and that means OpenJDK 7 & 8. I think the others involved
> in AdoptOpenJDK feel similarly - but as always, each individual person
> should make their own decision on what to work on, and which projects
> they want to get involved in.
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