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Re: [JAVA] /bin/sh portability issues in scripts/check_jni_methods.sh


>>>>> "Roger" == Roger Sayle <roger@eyesopen.com> writes:

Roger> This patch, or more likely request for help, is the fourth and final
Roger> in the series to enable mainline GCC to be bootstrapped with the native
Roger> /bin/sh on Solaris/x86.

Roger> Now for the admission.  This final patch, to
Roger> scripts/check_jni_methods.sh is more of a workaround (hack?)
Roger> than a solution to the portability issues.  The problem is that
Roger> this shell script contains the command "set -C" which isn't
Roger> supported by Solaris' sh.

I don't think we need 'set -C' in this script.  I think plenty of
other scripts run during the build create temporary files using a
similar approach.  I'm just going to completely remove the 'set'.

I'll put this in classpath and svn head libjava.

thanks,
Tom


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