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From Tim Ellison <t.p.elli...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [general] reminder: M3 feature freeze
Date Tue, 18 Sep 2007 08:24:50 GMT
Weldon Washburn wrote:
> On 9/17/07, Tim Ellison <t.p.ellison@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Alexei Zakharov wrote:
>>> I'm able to reproduce and currently investigating the following HUT
>>> failures reported in [1]:
>> Thanks Alexei.  If it helps track down the problems, when I run all the
>> classlib tests on Win ia32 with the IBM VME...
>>
>>> (in that order):
>>> 1) java.awt.EventDispatchThreadRTest
>> this also fails for me
> 
> Two questions:
> 
> a)
> Apparently java.awt.EventDispatchThreadRTest fails for both
> J9/classlib as well as DRLVM/classlib combinations.  It seems the
> problem is not in the JVM.  Is this correct?

It would appear so, see Andrey's response in the other thread.  That
test has now been disabled.

> b)
> Given that "Thread" is in the test name, I am trying to reproduce the
> failure on DRLVM/classlib combo.  I have committed some threading mods
> recently and want to make certain they are not somehow involved.  I
> try to compile java.awt.EventThreadRTest individually but somehow do
> not have a complete "-cp xxx" switch.  Does anyone see what is missing
> in the following compile?
> 
> C:\t_harmony\trunk\working_classlib\modules\awt\src\test\api\java\common>javac
> -g -cp c:\temp2\apache-ant-1.6.5\lib\ant-junit.jar;c:\t_harmony\trunk\working_classlib\depends\jars\junit_3.8.2\junit.jar;c:\t_harmony\trunk\working_classlib\deploy\jdk\jre\lib\boot\awt.jar
>  java\awt\EventDispatchThreadRTest.java
> 
> java\awt\EventDispatchThreadRTest.java:58: cannot find symbol
> symbol  : variable dispatchThread
> location: class java.awt.Toolkit
>         tk.dispatchThread.shutdown();
>           ^
> java\awt\EventDispatchThreadRTest.java:59: cannot find symbol
> symbol  : variable dispatchThread
> location: class java.awt.Toolkit
>         tk.dispatchThread.join(3000);
>           ^
> 2 errors

How about just cd into modules/awt and type 'ant' -- it will set up the
correct classpath and build the code for you.

Regards,
Tim

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