Fwd: gcj can not import packages
Wed Jan 18 20:40:00 GMT 2017
On 18.01.2017 21:28, Ricardo Wurmus wrote:
> Andrew Haley <email@example.com> writes:
>> On 16/01/17 22:58, Bill Chatfield via java wrote:
>>> From the link, it looks like it would be correct to say that gcj is
>>> the *only* open source way to bootstrap OpenJDK.
>> OpenJDK can bootstrap itself.
> It can bootstrap only with pre-built binaries, though. The only route
> that doesnât involve these binaries is by using GCJ.
> I would be happy to be shown that this is a misunderstanding.
yes, you need some trusted binaries. For example, there are various Linux
distributions which provide these binaries. And even if you want to build for a
target that doesn't have binaries, you can first build a native openjdk on your
build platform, and then cross-build for your target. I built several Linux
architectures this way ...
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