RFC: Only enable NIO2 by default when building with IcedTea

Mark Wielaard mark at klomp.org
Wed Feb 11 05:27:45 PST 2009


On Wed, 2009-02-11 at 13:01 +0000, Andrew Haley wrote:
> > For distributing ecj I am interested in one version which can be used to build
> > ecj1 and a vanilla ecj which is used as standalone compiler, or javac for
> > java-gcj-compat. Last time I checked an update to the next ecj-3.3.x release
> > didn't work well for libgcj. I'll try to check the ecj-3.4.2 release and see
> > how/if this works when used as ecj1. Are there any patches available for
> > ecj-3.4.2 to build it as ecj1?
> I have seen none, but I can't imagine it'd be hard.

The only thing necessary should be the GCCMain one that is being kept up
to date by Tom in the rhug repository:
Latest version is r34_1, haven't yet tried if it also applies to 3.4.2.

If that works out then it would be good to update the recommended
version of ecj-latest.jar that the gcc/contrib/download_ecj grabs so
that future versions (4.4?) of gcc will come with it.



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