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From Patricia Shanahan <p...@acm.org>
Subject Re: QA tests and spaces in file names
Date Sun, 18 Jul 2010 02:38:48 GMT
I tried it, and it didn't help. How should I handle jsk-policy.jar in 
the jtreg -cpa parameter? Skip it? Point to the ext directory jar file?

Because of having tried a lot of different things, and more-or-less 
random use of JDK 1.5 and 1.6, I tried to do a new check out and build. 
Unfortunately, I don't seem to be able to get a clean build.

Can you recommend a version to check out that compiles clean?

Also, which JDK version should be in the path during the build?

 From my selfish point of view, the move from make to ant is 
unfortunate. As it happens, I've used make since about 1983, and I'm 
just learning ant. I am less interested in getting the official 
mechanisms working on Windows than in getting some combination of 
scripts that will let me build and test.


On 7/17/2010 12:51 AM, Peter Firmstone wrote:
> Move the jsk-policy.jar to your jre/lib/ext directory
> A number of changes were made recently to make it easier to run the qa
> and jtreg tests (at least in a Unix env), previously the qa tests were
> run with make and the jtreg tests were run manually and generally this
> was done so by Peter Jones from within Sun. There are also some tests
> that rely on Sun's internal environment, we need to replicate. We have a
> Solaris zone allocated for running a Kerberos Key server but this isn't
> complete, we also need to set up a squid proxy.
> I made some changes to enable the jtreg tests to be run without
> requiring jsk-policy.jar be move to jre/lib/ext/ however this might not
> be working on windows.

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