Re: Problem from Installation GNU Classpath 0.97.2

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2008/9/26 ZNTU <Z050054@xxxxxxxxxx>:
>
> ecj in my computer is ecj-bootstrap version 3.1.2-2ubuntu4
>
> Currently i remove ecj-bootstrap from my computer and using jikes instead
> and i successfully installed a classpath
>
> ./configure --disable-gtk-peer --disable-gconf-peer --disable-plugin
> --with-jikes --enable-jni
>
> then here is the following result
> ...
> checking for ecj... no
> checking for ecj-3.3... no
> checking for ecj-3.2... no
> checking for javac... javac -Xlint:unchecked
> checking if javac -Xlint:unchecked works... yes
> checking whether javac supports -J... yes
> ...
>
>
>
> gnu_andrew wrote:
>>
>> On 12:55 Thu 25 Sep     , Mark Wielaard wrote:
>>> Hi ZNTU,
>>>
>>> On Tue, 2008-09-23 at 00:13 -0700, ZNTU wrote:
>>> > I'm just starting to learn about jvm and classpath. I try to install
>>> > classpath 0.97.2 on my pc which has i686 and Linux(Kubuntu). However,
>>> once I
>>> > run
>>> >
>>> > ./configure --disable-gtk-peer --disable-gconf-peer --disable-plugin
>>> >
>>> > I notice that there is some incorrect classpath:
>>> > ...
>>> > checking for ecj... ecj -warn:-deprecation,serial,unusedImport
>>> > checking if ecj -warn:-deprecation,serial,unusedImport works... yes
>>> > checking whether javac supports -J... incorrect classpath:
>>> > yes
>>> > ....
>>> >
>>> > However once this command finish then i run command "make"
>>> >
>>> > and there is 1 error and 1 warning that I cannot fix it
>>> >
>>> > Making all in lib
>>> > make[1]: Entering directory `/home/tktan/classpath-0.97.2/lib'
>>> > true
>>> > top_builddir=.. top_srcdir=.. /bin/sh ./gen-classlist.sh standard
>>> > Adding java source files from srcdir '..'.
>>> > Adding java source files from VM directory ../vm/reference
>>> > ecj -warn:-deprecation,serial,unusedImport  -J-Xmx768M -source 1.5
>>> -target
>>> > 1.5 -bootclasspath '' -classpath
>>> >
>>> ../vm/reference:..:../external/w3c_dom:../external/sax:../external/relaxngDatatype:../external/jsr166:.::
>>> > -d . @classes
>>> > incorrect classpath:
>>> > ----------
>>> > 1. ERROR in ../sun/reflect/annotation/AnnotationInvocationHandler.java
>>> >  (at line 87)
>>> >         memberValues.put(name, m.getDefaultValue());
>>> >                                  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>>> > The method getDefaultValue() is undefined for the type Method
>>> > ----------
>>> > 2. WARNING in
>>> ../sun/reflect/annotation/AnnotationInvocationHandler.java
>>> >  (at line 373)
>>> >         throw new IncompleteAnnotationException(type, methodName);
>>> >                                                 ^^^^
>>> > Type safety: The expression of type Class needs unchecked conversion to
>>> > conform to Class<? extends Annotation>
>>> > ----------
>>> > 2 problems (1 error, 1 warning)make[1]: *** [compile-classes] Error 255
>>> > make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/tktan/classpath-0.97.2/lib'
>>> > make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
>>> >
>>> > can anyone please help me solve this problem? Any hints are greatly
>>> > appreciated.
>>>
>>> That is strange. It is as if ecj is still compiling against a core class
>>> library that has a java.lang.reflect.Method which doesn't have the 1.5
>>> getDefaultValue() method. Which shouldn't be possible since both
>>> -bootclasspath and -classpath are given and make sure the Method.java
>>> from the code you are compiling is being used.
>>>
>>> What version of ecj is this?
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>>
>>> Mark
>>>
>>>
>>
>> This also reads very strangely to me as well.
>> What is ecj in this case?  Is it a script or a native
>> binary? If it is the former, what's the content of the script?
>>
>> One guess would be that it is swallowing the first part of the
>> classpath ../vm/reference which is where the Method class is in 0.97.2.
>> A similar issue was noticed with the IcedTea build.  The 'incorrect
>> classpath' adds weight to this.
>> --
>> Andrew :)
>>
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This isn't using jikes; that wouldn't work with Classpath 0.97.2.
It's using javac instead.  --with-jikes is not an option in Classpath 0.97.2.
Instead, checks are made for ecj, javac and gcj in that order.  This can
be overridden by setting the JAVAC environment variable.
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