RFR: 8268389: [lworld] Tests must be update after core reflection changes for the L/Q model [v2]

Mandy Chung mchung at openjdk.java.net
Tue Jun 8 17:15:26 UTC 2021

On Tue, 8 Jun 2021 14:33:51 GMT, Frederic Parain <fparain at openjdk.org> wrote:

>> test/hotspot/jtreg/compiler/valhalla/inlinetypes/TestIntrinsics.java line 75:
>>> 73:         Asserts.assertTrue(test1(MyValue1.class, MyValue1.class), "test1_2 failed");
>>> 74:         Asserts.assertTrue(test1(MyValue1.class.asValueType(), MyValue1.class.asValueType()), "test1_3 failed");
>>> 75:         Asserts.assertTrue(test1(MyValue1.class.asValueType(), MyValue1.class.asValueType()), "test1_4 failed");
>> should the first MyValue1.class.asValueType() in line 75 be MyValue1.class (to match MyValue1.ref.class) ?
> MyValue1.class.asValueType() and MyValue1.class are different (secondary mirror vs primary mirror), so changing from MyValue1.class.asValueType() to MyValue1.class would make this line to fail.
> However, this line has not been fixed properly (it accidentally duplicates line 74).
> Now, I think the right way to fix it is:
> Asserts.assertFalse(test1(MyValue1.class, MyValue.class.asValueType()), "test1_4 failed");
> The test has to be inverted from assertTrue to assertFalse to verify that the two mirrors are distinct.

In fact `MyValue1.class` == `ldc QMyValue1;` and `MyValue1.class` and `MyValue1.class.asValueType()` are the secondary mirror.  `MyValue1.ref.class` is the primary mirror.

AFAIU, these tests fail in -Xcomp mode (pass in -Xint mode) as it's awaiting for the JIT phase 2 support (JDK-8267932) which is blocked by the core reflection support.

Would disabling -Xcomp run from these tests be a better temporay fix until JDK-8267932?


PR: https://git.openjdk.java.net/valhalla/pull/437

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