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From "Alexey Petrenko" <alexey.a.petre...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [classlib] Using Yoko as CORBA for Harmony
Date Mon, 24 Jul 2006 10:00:06 GMT
2006/7/24, Geir Magnusson Jr <geir@pobox.com>:
>
>
> Alexey Petrenko wrote:
> > 2006/7/22, Geir Magnusson Jr <geir@pobox.com>:
> >>
> >>
> >> Alexey Petrenko wrote:
> >> > There are not much news to share...
> >> >
> >> > First of all I realized that I did not completely build Yoko. My build
> >> > was failed with the test failure. I thought that all the tests are at
> >> > the end so all the sources are built. But Yoko runs the tests after
> >> > building each module...
> >> > I reviewed Yoko bug database and found the issue corresponding to my
> >> > failure, applied fix to my repository and definitely finished the
> >> > build after that :)
> >>
> >> Ok.
> >>
> >> >
> >> > I've tried to run Maven on Harmony classlib+drlvm but have failed with
> >> > it. Ant lets to define Java executable to run on by environment
> >> > variable but I could not find such option for Maven. I've renamed
> >> > ij.exe into java.exe and set JAVA_HOME to drlvm location. Maven
> >> > started with Harmony after that but failed with Java version check.
> >> > Drlvm shows version like 11.smth.smth.
> >> > Probably we should fix this in drlvm. Or at least discuss this.
> >>
> >> Both are fixed in current version, or should be if it's just using the
> >> first line reported by "-versin"
> >> >
> >> > I also found a shell script inside Yoko which can run Yoko tests
> >> > without Maven. But I had not time to try it yet...
> >> >
> >>
> >> Ok - I don't understand quite what you are trying to do.
> >>
> >> The goal is to integrate yoko to satisfy the corba requirements for java
> >>  5.  it sounds like you are trying to run Yoko using Harmony.  This is
> >> something that will happen, but w/o any integration into classlib, right
> >> now no one can look at this with you.
> >>
> >> Can you come up with a first-pass, simple, just-get-it-in-there
> >> integration into the classlibrary?
> > Yes. First of all I'm trying to understand can Yoko work with Harmony or
> > not.
> >
> > Integration... You said that we need to download some jar from Yoko to
> > our deploy directory and use it. I agree with you since run Yoko's
> > build script from our build script is not a good idea.
> > But Yoko does not have any prebuilt jars for download right now. So we
> > should discuss this possibility on dev-list of Yoko.
>
> I see.  They are working on it though, IIRC (I keep an eye on their dev
> list.)
>
> But until then, you're right - lest just go with each of us building it
> if we need to and dropping into depends/jars or something, in a way
> similar to how mx4j, xerces, xalan and other dependencies (and
> eventually nudge them to create a snapshot).
>
> >
> > How do you see "a first-pass, simple, just-get-it-in-there integration
> > into the classlibrary"?
>
> I was assuming that for the simplest zero-th order integration, we'd do
> what we do now w/ MX4J - have a jar somewhere and eventually gets moved
> into jre/lib/boot/yoko-M1/ and an appropriate entry in
> bootclasspath.properties.
>
> We'll probably need some kind of glue for startup/initialization?
>
> Does that make any sense?
Yep.
That's why I'm trying to run Yoko on Harmony to understand do we need
some glue or implement some classes...

SY, Alexey
-- 
Alexey A. Petrenko
Intel Middleware Products Division

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