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|Christos Zoulas||Jul 9, 2009 8:14 am|
|Subject:||RE: netbsd port ?|
|From:||Renju Mathew (m.re...@teles.com)|
|Date:||Jun 8, 2009 4:37:00 am|
Thanks for your support.
I followed the steps given in http://ftp.netbsd.org:/pub/NetBSD/misc/spz/openjdk/openjdk7-howto <http://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD/misc/spz/openjdk/openjdk7-howto> .
I completed till "+ build:" successfully. When I gave 'gmake' inside bsd-port it throws the
following error :
ERROR: You do not have access to valid JIBX library files. \n Please check your access to \n /NOT-SET/devtools/share/jibx/lib/jibx-run.jar \n and/or check your value of ALT_JDK_DEVTOOLS_DIR, ALT_JIBX_LIBS_PATH \n
Exiting because of the above error(s). \n
gmake: *** [post-sanity] Error 1
Thanks and regards
Thus wrote Renju Mathew (m.re...@teles.com):
I'm a newbie in openJDK.
I want to know whether there is any NetBSD 3.0 port of openJDK?
I built binaries for NetBSD 5.0 that are available via the openjdk-bin
package in pkgsrc, but not for earlier releases (although I probably
should build a NetBSD-4 version, since that's still an officially
supported release train).
I'd expect openjdk to just build on NetBSD-3, see
for a recipy. Once you scrub your environment(*) it's fairly
straightforward, it just takes a while to build.
The patch I needed for the openjdk version I put onto ftp.NetBSD.org has
since been integrated, so that one isn't necessary any more; but as lots of
new code has been added, too, there's chance of entirely new fun to be had.
(*) variables like eg $BIN get used as conditional, and the script that
sets them as a "yes" indicator doesn't unset them as a "no" indicator, so
if you already had them set because you use them differently, you get
surprising results. If I had lots more time I'd want to hunt them all down.