[PATCH FOR REVIEW] Allow OpenJDK to be built with the unlimited crypto policy

Brad Wetmore bradford.wetmore at oracle.com
Wed Sep 26 09:16:21 PDT 2012


>> Will you be putting this back yourself?  If so let me know when you
>> go
>> in, and I can update the bug once you're in.
>>
>
> I will, though I'll need a bug ID for it.  I presume tl is ok as the
> forest to use?

This going into 8?  Then yes.

7201205: Add Makefile configuration option to build with unlimited 
crypto in OpenJDK.

Brad



>> Mark wrote:
>>   > The summary is that it was just easier to remove unused classes
>>   > that
>>   > made the code tricky to understand for no good reason except for
>>   > some
>>   > secret proprietary code.
>>
>> Unfortunately, Oracle and some of our commercial (non-OpenJDK)
>> licensees
>> still depend on that tricky code.  :(  I'd personally love to strip
>> it
>> all out, but we have to balance all of its consumers (Oracle SE and
>> ME,
>> commercial source/binary licensees, OpenJDK, etc.)
>>
>> Andrew wrote:
>>   > I'm sure it would be easy enough to dump those classes if Oracle
>>   > started producing OpenJDK binaries licensed under the GPL, rather
>>   > than binaries from their proprietary fork.
>>
>> Unfortunately, not likely in our current export/import climate.
>>
>
> Yes, this is what I thought.  We just have to make sure to test well
> before shipping binaries.
>
>> Brad
>>
>>
>



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