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From Regis <xu.re...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [GSOC] The code for smallest class set for customer application in now on JIRA
Date Wed, 05 Aug 2009 08:40:17 GMT
Daniel Gong wrote:
> Sorry, that's my fault. It seems I have put the wrong version of ant
> build...I will correct it and upload it again.

It seems not a problem of ant, when I removed takedef of "analyze" and "gen", 
ant compile work correct, but ant test-hello (which only depends on compile), 
reported error again:

C:\download\minijre\build.xml:56: Execute failed: java.io.IOException: Cannot 
run program "${target}
\bin\java": CreateProcess error=2, The system cannot find the file specified

And I found ${target} is never defined, do you mean ${target.dir} here? ${cns} 
${origin} ${test} should also be ${cns.dir} ${origin.dir} ${test.dir}

After fixing these variables and copy Harmony JRE to "origin" dir, I can run 
"ant test-hello" successfully. The target directory should be minijre, the size 
of "lib" is reduced from 40.1MB to 10.4MB, looks great!!

I'm waiting Daniel's description, so didn't try the agent yet :)

> On Wed, Aug 5, 2009 at 3:44 PM, Regis <xu.regis@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Daniel Gong wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I have my code attached in issue HARMONY-6291 on JIRA. I'd like to call it
>>> MinJre Toolkit.
>>> Now the coding of MinJreToolkit is almost complete. It includes functional
>>> classes as well as command line tool and ant task implemented based on
>>> them.
>>> More, for dynamic tracing, a jvmti agent has been implemented. Both static
>>> analysis and dynamic tracing produce a type of result file called cns
>>> (Class
>>> Name Set) file, which has an associated data structure called ClassNameSet
>>> that can be created from a cns file, witten to a cns file and merged with
>>> a
>>> cns file. The cns file in the conf directory contains the required classes
>>> for different jre implementations. Now it only supports Harmony.
>>> The toolkit can be used in two steps. First, employ both static analyzer
>>> and
>>> dynamic tracer in the process of application development and test, and
>>> record necessary information in several cns files. Second, employ the jre
>>> generator to merge these cns files and generate a new jre from an original
>>> one.
>>> So far I have written a simple ant build file to handle the whole process
>>> including compile, test, pack & javadoc. The compiling of the agent is not
>>> in because I'm still learning ant usage. The test is also very simple,
>>> just
>>> a helloworld app:P
>>> I'll improve the toolkit by adding command line script, optimizing ant
>>> build, doing more test and improve the algorithm if a better strategy is
>>> found.
>>> Everyone please feel free to give me advice or report bugs to me~thx:)
>>> Daniel Gong
>> Well done Daniel!
>> I'm trying to build the tool. I downloaded minjretoolkit.tar.gz from
>> HARMONY-6291, and extract it, then run "ant" or "ant compile", but got a
>> error:
>> c:\download\minijre\build.xml:23: taskdef class
>> org.crazynut.harmony.minjre.anttask.AnalyzeDependenc
>> yTask cannot be found
>> Did I miss anything?
>> --
>> Best Regards,
>> Regis.

Best Regards,

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