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Re: More information regarding FreeBSD PowerPC and Java binaries. Super Bisquit Thu Mar 08 13:00:47 2012

A few questions:
1. Has anyone built or tried building OpenJDK7 on a PowerPC machine? I see
that the Makefile has for i386 amd only and checks for i386/i586 in OSARCH.
I've just edited out those two values:
Nothing is being built until portupgrade finishes on both active machines.
2.  I haven't looked as of yet due to system rebuilding errors; but, when
was the last reference in ports or java to Zero VM.
3. The older Sun/Oracle java downloads don't seem to exist. Where would
they currently be located? I would like to look at the install script and
compare that to my fixes.
4. Why does the installer use "gzip -d $FILE" when "tar xvf $FILE" executes
without an error? I've also used "tar xvf > /dev/null" to replace the
"$UNCOMPRESS(gzip -d) > /dev/null" in the install.

As I said, both machines- iMac G4 PowerMac Quicksilver- are being rebuilt.
I can always run test builds on either machine while working on other
FreeBSD items: ports, ppc package builds, qemu related, et c/al.

Anyway, thanks for reading this

On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 11:56 PM, Greg Lewis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 04:58:49PM -0500, Super Bisquit wrote:
> >
> https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/groups/service/forum/topicThread?topicUuid=c8658b21-22c8-47bd-b224-f439d0911d42&communityUuid=fe313521-2e95-46f2-817d-44a4f27eba32&page=&ps=
> >
> > The link may help out more.
> At one point OpenJDK 7 worked on Mac OS X/Power PC using the Zero VM.  I
> don't think anyone has touched it for a while, but that seems like a more
> likely base than an entirely new port.  FWIW.  You should naturally work
> on whatever sparks your interest, I'm just pointing out that I think you're
> signing up for considerably more work going this way.
> --
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