porting OpenJDK to a different OS not having java
Dr Andrew John Hughes
gnu_andrew at member.fsf.org
Wed Feb 2 09:41:30 PST 2011
On 2 February 2011 17:35, Daniel Testa <danieltes at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all, I'm trying to port OpenJDK 6 to Minix3 but when run "gmake
> all" it says that "ant", along with other software, is needed. Ant
> needs java to run but I don't have java on Minix3 thus is why I'm
> trying to port OpenJDK.
> Is there any other way to build OpenJDK without having java
> preinstalled? at least a minimum set to be able to run "ant" and build
> the package in the default way.
> Any thoughts? advice on how to build and/or port?
You probably want to look at IcedTea: http://icedtea.classpath.org
IcedTea has support to bootstrap with gcj which is part of gcc (built
with --enable-languages=java) and should allow you to get around the
whole 'I need Java' issue with OpenJDK. gcj can be built without an
existing JDK and can run ant in order to build OpenJDK.
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