What is the Build Process for Codes inside jdk/src/macosx/native/jobjc
david.holmes at oracle.com
Wed Apr 17 19:18:14 PDT 2013
On 18/04/2013 10:50 AM, Dan Xu wrote:
> Hi David,
> Under src/macosx/native/jobjc folder, it contains not only native *.m
> source files, but also *.java files. If you check the build results in
> build/macosx-x86_64-normal-server-release/jdk folder, it contains some
> build results specific for jobjc, say gensrc_jobjc/,
> gensrc_headers_jobjc/, jobjc_classes/, jobjc_classes_headers/.
> So it must have some extra build steps to generate those jobjc results.
> And I wonder what they are and why they are special and not merged into
> the regular native compilation and java compilation processes. Thanks!
- The java files are handled in CompileJavaClasses.gmk.
- There is special handling via GensrcJObjC.gmk
> On 04/17/2013 05:30 PM, David Holmes wrote:
>> Hi Dan,
>> I don't quite understand the question but all native code building is
>> handled via jdk/makefiles/CompileNativeLibraries.gmk which in turn
>> utilizes the set up from <top>/common/makefiles/NativeCompilation.gmk
>> On 18/04/2013 9:51 AM, Dan Xu wrote:
>>> Adding core-libs-dev
>>> On 04/17/2013 04:47 PM, Dan Xu wrote:
>>>> As for the sourcecodes for mac platform, it has a special place
>>>> holding native and java codes for jdk, jdk/src/macosx/native/jobjc. I
>>>> wonder how those codes are builtand whether its compilation process
>>>> has any special handling. Thanks!
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