Switching to split repos
christian.wimmer at oracle.com
Wed Jul 29 15:15:57 UTC 2015
The repository URLs on lafo start with "http", not "https".
On 07/29/2015 01:39 AM, Mohaned Y Qunaibit wrote:
> I tried to clone the new graal but both dependencies in mx.graal/suite.py
> (JVMCI and Truffle) repos require authentication:
> Also, if I choose binaries, I get a message that they do not exist
> Should I get back to an early revision of graal-compiler?
> Mohaned Qunaibit
> On Fri, Jul 24, 2015 at 7:27 AM, Doug Simon <doug.simon at oracle.com> wrote:
>> To better reflect the different technologies within the Graal stack, we
>> will soon be switching to disjoint repositories. This will allow one to
>> focus on a smaller code base and treat other parts of the stack as external
>> The new repositories replacing http://hg.openjdk.java.net/graal/graal
>> (“old graal") are:
>> http://hg.openjdk.java.net/graal/graal-jvmci-8 (JVMCI and HotSpot code
>> from old graal based on JDK8)
>> http://hg.openjdk.java.net/graal/graal-jvmci-9 (JVMCI and HotSpot code
>> from old graal based on JDK9)
>> http://hg.openjdk.java.net/graal/graal-compiler (old graal minus
>> https://bitbucket.org/allr/mx (updated, standalone mx
>> that works with split repos)
>> The http://hg.openjdk.java.net/graal/graal has already been removed but
>> its mirror at https://github.com/OracleLabs/GraalVM <
>> https://github.com/OracleLabs/GraalVM is still live.
>> While there is already content mirrored at these repos, do not pull from
>> them (unless you want untested changes that may not yet work). A follow-up
>> email will be sent (within the next week) once you can pull from them.
>> The first step in switching to the split repos is to pull mx:
>> $ hg clone https://bitbucket.org/allr/mx
>> Since mx is now a standalone tool, it locates the ‘primary’ suite (i.e.
>> the repo you are primarily working on) based on the current working
>> directory instead of the location of mx. If you are within a repo directory
>> hierarchy, that repo is the primary suite. Otherwise, you will need to use
>> the —primary-suite-path or -p option.
>> By default, mx will pull dependent repos and place them as siblings of
>> your primary repo so it’s highly recommended to start in an empty
>> directory. For example:
>> $ mkdir graal-compiler-workspace
>> $ cd graal-compiler-workspace
>> $ mx sclone http://hg.openjdk.java.net/graal/graal-compiler graal
>> $ ls -1
>> Note the directory names are determined by the information in suite.py for
>> each suite, not by the URL it was pulled from (except for the primary suite
>> where the name or URL given to the sclone command is used).
>> Mx has some new commands that simplify working with split repos. These are
>> briefly described below in terms of changes to standard workflows. More
>> extensive documentation is at https://bitbucket.org/allr/mxtool2/wiki/Home
>> 1. Update to the newest version
>> $ hg pull
>> $ mx spull
>> 2. Make a cross-repo change
>> in the jvmci repo:
>> do the changes
>> $ hg commit -m "..."
>> in the graal repo:
>> $ mx scheckimports
>> do the merge fixes (if any)
>> $ hg commit -m "update imports"
>> Mx also imposes some changes on suite.py files
>> 1. There is an “imports” section (which should be mostly self explanatory)
>> for specifying the suite dependencies.
>> 2. Inter-suite references can now only be to distributions and libraries
>> and must be prefixed with the suite name (e.g., “jvmci:JVMCI_API”).
>> 3. Annotation processors (APs) must now be distributions (see 2.).
>> 4. A distribution must explicitly declare all of the distributions it
>> depends on in its “distDependencies” attribute.
>> These constraints make suite.py files more intuitive. Some of them are
>> also necessary to support importing suites as binaries. Binary suites allow
>> one to use pre-built binary versions of the dependencies of a repository.
>> This can be useful when only read access to the sources is required.
>> Currently, importing source suites is the default. Using binary
>> dependencies instead can be enabled using the MX_BINARY_SUITES environment
>> variable (which can be persisted in mx.<primary suite name>/env). This is a
>> comma-separated list of the suites for which binaries should be used. For
>> One other change is that mx no longer looks for ecj.jar in the mx dir of
>> the primary suite. It needs to be explicitly supplied with the --jdt option
>> to the build command or with the JDT environment variable.
>> While we will try to ensure everything is working on the switch over date,
>> there’s bound to be a few bumps in during this transition. The best way to
>> get issues resolved is to ask on this list (graal-dev at openjdk.java.net).
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