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From Apache Harmony Bootstrap JVM <boot...@earthlink.net>
Subject Re: Status of the Harmony SVN
Date Wed, 19 Oct 2005 16:22:06 GMT


Could you please take a few minutes and configure for Windows,
CygWin, and Linux to see if there are any remaining compile issues
between them?  The configurator is 'config.sh'.  Once you run it
once, it should be a simple matter to run it again with different
input parameters.

I think that eveything is set up properly for all three environments,
but it would be really great if you could perform a simple
configuration on the Linux system, setting up to build all components
(except for perhaps the documentation), then run 'build.sh cfg' (or
'build.sh' alone without parameters) to verify that everything compiles

If you are interested in loading up Doxygen also (see 'config.sh'
comments), then you could run 'build.sh all' or 'build.sh dox' to
see if it compiles the documentation the same way on all three
platforms as well.

The one thing that we will soon need when working with Windows
will be a native Windows .BAT version of both the 'config.sh' script
in the top level directory and the the build scripts in the several
directories ('build.sh' and 'clean.sh' and 'common.sh').  We can
get by for now with using CygWin and configuring with
the 'intel' and 'windows' option with 'config.sh', but that won't
last too long.

Who would like to take a whack at creating a .BAT version of
the build scripts?  Please let me know and I can give you
specific tips about some shortcuts.


Dan Lydick

-----Original Message-----
From: Rodrigo Kumpera <kumpera@gmail.com>
Sent: Oct 19, 2005 7:54 AM
To: Apache Harmony Bootstrap JVM <bootjvm@earthlink.net>
Subject: Re: Status of the Harmony SVN

I´ll subscribe  harmony-commits@ to watch for such things, currently I
only have access to windows (native or cygwin) but my old linux box is
to be back alive soon.

On 10/19/05, Apache Harmony Bootstrap JVM <bootjvm@earthlink.net> wrote:
> Rodrigo,
> I've just now gotten my SVN stuff ironed out and will
> be committing a lot of things soon.  You will be able to
> see that all go by on the harmony-commits@ mailing
> list, if you are so inclined.  This will be the 0.0.1 release.
> One of the things it will have is a .tar.gz that contains
> _only_ source and one with source and docs.  (This is in
> lieu of storing any pre-formatted docs in the source area
> of the repository.)  One of the things I have worked on
> that you probably saw in my earlier post to harmony-dev@
> is that I have firmed up the documentation in general.
> This entails source changes that are converted to HTML
> and other formats using 'doxygen' as the documentation
> compiler.  It is this pre-formatted documentation that
> you will want to look at that will contain a complete list
> of @bug and @todo items.
> One of the things I will need to do after 0.0.1 is done is
> to gather the larger categories @todo items together into
> groups of related items, such as the need for threading
> verification and internal JAR file support.  I'll keep you
> and everyone posted on this.
> I think it would be great to have your support on finishing
> parts of the incomplete @todo items.  You have also expressed
> an interest in the threading area.  This will come soon.
> Would you be able to help with porting to any particular
> platform?  I developed this on Solaris 9, and Gier M. has
> done an initial port to CygWin and is doing some work on
> porting it to OS-X.  Could you help with porting to another
> Unix platform?  Or perhaps native MS Windows?  We need
> all of these things.
> Thanks again,
> Dan Lydick
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rodrigo Kumpera <kumpera@gmail.com>
> Sent: Oct 18, 2005 3:37 PM
> To: Apache Harmony Bootstrap JVM <bootjvm@earthlink.net>
> Subject: Status of the Harmony SVN
> Hi Dan,
> I'm reading the bootjvm sources and noted that many places there are
> stubs/todo marks. I've followed the svn repository and I seens to be
> diferent from the JIRA tarball.
> Is the svn repository updated with your recent work? I would like to
> help implementing some of the missing funtionality as some of it seens
> to be pretty straitforward to do.
> []'s
> Rodrigo
> Dan Lydick

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