I downloaded the 3rd patchset, and couldn't get it to apply cleanly. I
applied all of the reject's by hand. The funny thing is, when I did the
2nd patchset it applied cleanly.
Anyway now I get a jvm crash while trying to build it. I tryed my
internal build first, and then the linux-jdk with no luck.
Is there anyway for me to tell if I have the correct src tarball? I saw
some talk about updating the patches for the latest version of the src,
and I wasn't to sure which one I have.
> > Fine! Do you have any estimates as to when it will be available? I really
> > think that it should be done RSN, because in its current state JDK is hardly
> > an usable one. So far I encountered three serious problems with it:
> > 1. Unability to use JIT;
> > 2. Undefined references to fork1() in some of the shared files;
> > 3. Problem with uppercase letters.
> > I was also observing some rather weird problems with networking in Jedit,
> > but have not performed any investigation to make at least minimal problem
> > report.
> Probably the connect() problem which is also fixed in the repository.
> New patchset will be out this weekend. I hope to send you some patches
> for the port at the same time.
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