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Re: PATCH: GCC 3.2 suddenly fails every java test, CLASSPATH wrong


Hi,

On Thu, 2002-08-15 at 21:13, H. J. Lu wrote:
> "make install" shouldn't be required. It is a bug. This one works for
> me.

It would be very nice if this was always true. That would save quite
some time and disk space on my test machines. I have CCed java-patches
to increase the chance that someone that can approve it sees it. I
tested it on the head (3.3) with a small change (see below inside the
patch) and it works nicely. Thanks.

Sorry that I immediately assumed that the real problem was probably an
old version of binutils. I had clearly not read the problem reports
carefully enough (and I should have recognized your name before
suggesting it to you... sorry again).

Cheers,

Mark

> 2002-08-15  H.J. Lu <hjl@gnu.org>
> 
> 	* lib/libjava.exp (gcc_version): Removed.
> 	(libgcj_jar): New.
> 	(libjava_init): Set libgcj_jar with find.
> 	(libjava_arguments): Use libgcj_jar.
> 
> --- libjava/testsuite/lib/libjava.exp.release	Sun May 19 21:51:07 2002
> +++ libjava/testsuite/lib/libjava.exp	Thu Aug 15 12:09:04 2002
> @@ -112,7 +112,7 @@ proc libjava_init { args } {
>      global TOOL_EXECUTABLE
>      global original_ld_library_path
>      global env objdir
> -    global env gcc_version
> +    global env libgcj_jar
>      global tool_root_dir
>      global libjava_libgcc_s_path
>  
> @@ -130,10 +130,9 @@ proc libjava_init { args } {
>  	}
>      }
>  
> -    # Determine the version so we can find the libgcj jar file.
> -    set text [eval exec "$GCJ_UNDER_TEST --version 2>@ stdout"]
> -    regexp -- "gcj \[^ \]+ (\[^ \]+) .*" $text ignore gcc_version
> -    verbose "jar file is libgcj-$gcc_version.jar"
> +    # Find the libgcj jar file.
> +    set libgcj_jar [eval exec "find $objdir/../ -name \"libgcj-*.jar\" 2>@ stdout"]
> +    verbose "jar file is $libgcj_jar"

It might be a little bit more efficient/readable to use glob here:
    set libgcj_jar [glob $objdir/../libgcj-*.jar]

>      # FIXME: This finds libgcj.spec for the default multilib.
>      # If thread models differ between multilibs, this has to be moved
> @@ -271,7 +270,7 @@ proc libjava_arguments {{mode compile}} 
>      global runtests
>      global env
>      global tool_root_dir
> -    global gcc_version
> +    global libgcj_jar
>      global libjava_libgcc_s_path
>  
>      if [info exists LIBJAVA] {
> @@ -337,9 +336,9 @@ proc libjava_arguments {{mode compile}} 
>      verbose "LD_LIBRARY_PATH = $env(LD_LIBRARY_PATH)"
>  
>      # Set the CLASSPATH environment variable
> -    verbose "CLASSPATH is .:$srcdir/$subdir:$objdir:$objdir/../libgcj-$gcc_version.jar"
> +    verbose "CLASSPATH is .:$srcdir/$subdir:$objdir:$libgcj_jar"
>      global env
> -    set env(CLASSPATH) ".:$srcdir/$subdir:$objdir:$objdir/../libgcj-$gcc_version.jar"
> +    set env(CLASSPATH) ".:$srcdir/$subdir:$objdir:$libgcj_jar"
>  
>      if {$mode == "link"} {
>  	global wrapper_file wrap_compile_flags;


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