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From "Mishura, Stepan M" <stepan.m.mish...@intel.com>
Subject RE: Contribution of security, crypto, and x-net libraries
Date Thu, 24 Nov 2005 15:05:20 GMT

On Mon, Nov 21, 2005 at 09:08:28PM +0300, Loenko, Mikhail Y wrote:
>> >> Some folks at Intel spent some time over the last week trying to
>> figure
>> >> out whether or not it is going to work with the recent
>> of
>> >> lang/util/io/net/nio packages by IBM, and the general consensus is
>> that
>> >> they, mostly, should be compatible. We have verified that it is
>> already
>> >> possible to run ant and the Eclipse compiler with this combination
>> and
>> >> we are committed to work with the community to get more complex
>> >> workloads to work under Harmony.
>> >
>> >We will work closely with you to resolve any issues you have to
>> >the two contributions work well together.
>> Right now, we are sorting out the integration issues. We hope to
>> summarize the problems shortly and mail them to harmony-dev list
>This may be obvious, but you are more than welcome to do such "sorting
>on this mailing list rather than just send out summaries when its done.
>sooner we get all of the "we" in that sentence above actively involved
>here, the better!

One of integration issues is to run unit tests provided for security,
crypto, and x-net libraries on combination of contributions. So there
are 52 test failures. I have analyzed most of them:
- In 26 cases tests failed because of not implemented functionality of
java.math.BigInteger class. 
- In 6 cases BouncyCastle provider throws NPE. I expect that the reason
is the same (java.math.BigInteger class) because stack trace looks like:

      at org.bouncycastle.asn1.DERInteger.<init>(DERInteger.java:56)
- 9 tests hung JVM without any diagnostics. These failures need further
investigation and I can not provide detailed info for them right now.

Stepan Mishura
Intel Managed Runtime Division

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