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From "Jimmy,Jing Lv" <firep...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [admin] Automated Monthly Reminder
Date Thu, 17 Feb 2011 06:59:53 GMT
Hi Da Feng,

     No decision has been made currently, but I suppose it will be soon.
However you take a look at the discussion before, you may understand the JCK
problem is not a technical issue (you know, Harmony itself has great amount
of testcases).
     I guess the main problem for dacapo and jvm spec 2008 is in DRLVM.

     This may be a late reply but hope it may solve your questions.

2011/2/12 Da Feng <jvfengda@yahoo.com>

> Hello:
> I'm developing MRP/Jikes RVM with harmony as lib provider.  My question is,
> have
> you ever changed your road map? I find it can't pass dacapo test cases or
> jvm
> spec 2008 cases. Are you just waiting for TCK? Real projects are tests on
> their
> own. dacapo just run tests from different opensource projest to verify the
> correctness of the vm. I do think those test cases are abundant.
> Coder
> Telecommunication && Network Industry
> Pudong
> Shanghai
> China
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Best Regards!

Jimmy, Jing Lv

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