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From Mark Hindess <mark.hind...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: [java6] Build error about HYTHR 0.2
Date Thu, 19 Mar 2009 08:48:51 GMT

In message <94d710af0903182148y48a23bcbs5bd33ec5b3050840@mail.gmail.com>,
Sean Qiu writes:
>
> Hi, All
> 
> I'm trying to merge latest updates in M9 to our Java6 branch.

Cool.  I'd started doing this but I'd only tested the classlib build so
far.  (In fact, I'm not even sure how the java6 federation builds are
setup.  I assume you manually svn switch working_classlib to the branch?)

> I get following error messages while building  hdk.
> 
> 1. ant -Dhy.no.thr=true
> I got following error while running the test,
> 
> /hdk/jdk/jre/bin/libhythr.so: version `HYTHR_0.2' not found (required by
> /hdk/jdk/jre/bin/libhyprt.so)
> failed to open hyprt library.

This is to be expected.  DRLVM does not support the 0.2 thread api (yet?).
 
> 2. ant
> I can't build the classlib at all, it got following
> 
>      [exec]     ../shared/main.o ../shared/cmain.o
> ../shared/launcher_copyright.o ../shared/strbuf.o ../shared/libhlp.o
> -Xlinker --start-group
> -L/home/xiaoxia/checkout/hdk6/working_classlib/deploy/lib/
> -L/home/xiaoxia/checkout/hdk6/working_classlib/deploy/jdk/jre/bin/
> /home/xiaoxia/checkout/hdk6/working_classlib/deploy/lib/libhycommon.a
> -lhythr -lhyprt -Xlinker --end-group -o ../java -lc -lm -ldl \
>      [exec]     -Xlinker -z -Xlinker origin -Xlinker -rpath -Xlinker
> \$ORIGIN/ -Xlinker -rpath-link -Xlinker
> -L/home/xiaoxia/checkout/hdk6/working_classlib/deploy/jdk/jre/bin
>      [exec] ../shared/main.o: In function `addDirsToPath':
>      [exec]
> /home/xiaoxia/checkout/hdk6/working_classlib/modules/luni/src/main/native/lau
> ncher/unix/../shared/main.c:1071:
> undefined reference to `main_get_executable_name'

The main_* functions are only defined/required if you built the .o files with
HY_NO_THR defined.  But this should only happen if you set -Dhy.no.thread=true.
You'd probably get this kind of error if you tried to build with 
-Dhy.no.thread=true and then build with -Dhy.no.thread=false without doing a
clean.
h
Regards,
 Mark.





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