GCJ 4.1 and OpenOffice.org
past at ebs.gr
Fri Mar 10 10:39:30 GMT 2006
Achilleus Mantzios wrote:
> O Panagiotis Astithas έγραψε στις Mar 10, 2006 :
>> Achilleus Mantzios wrote:
>>> O NAKATA Maho ?????? ???? Mar 10, 2006 :
>>>> I believe gcj is now one of the usable Java implementation,
>>>> however there are some small (but tedious) issues must be solved to
>>>> check in to FBSD ports cvs repo.
>>>> I made some ports or updates of ports so that we can at least compile a
>>>> package using Java; OpenOffice.org. I believe with appropreate wrapper,
>>>> we can add gnugcj as _JAVA_VENDOR_LIST in /usr/ports/Mk/bsd.java.mk.
>>>> then we can use/comple Java applications without bootstrapping java/jdk14
>>>> You can download ports skeleton at:
>>>> gcj+ooo.20060310.tar.bz2 : md5sum 7d4c2aedb775b5058765b40e5c6ed378
>>>> Install instruction:
>>>> 1. gmake-devel ... workaround for installation of gcc41
>>>> 2. gcc41-with_gcj ... build gcc with gcj
>>>> 3. gjdoc ... javadoc alternative
>>>> 4. openoffice.org-2.0-devel make with option -DWITH_GNUGCJ
>>>> Comments are welcome.
>> So this is essentially a (collection of) tweaked gcc41 port(s) that
>> avoids the gmake bug that hoses systems with 1GB RAM? If so I'd love to
>> try this, as I've been wanting to do the same for a while.
>>> This is really cool.
>>> I also heard of harmony.
>>> Whats the difference between ASF's harmony and GCJ?
>>> It would be very good for all of us if these alternatives
>>> came into a robust shape.
>> Harmony is not as mature as gcj+classpath is right now, in both the VM
>> and class library parts. It has a very bright potential though. One of
>> the nice things about us is that the current VM effort (JCHEVM) is a
>> strip down version of ports/java/jc, by our very own archie.
>> The Harmony class library is currently not quite functional with the
>> JCHEVM, but that is being worked on. It doesn't support FreeBSD at the
>> moment, but that will undoubtedly change. I have a (rather old) WIP that
>> I hope to finish sometime.
> Whats WIP?
> Wikipedia's closest was Work-in-Progress, with Web Information Platform
> as second.
In Wikipedia We Trust. I did mean work in progress, indeed.
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