Java Compiler Build Failure

matti kaasinen
Wed May 26 21:17:00 GMT 2010

Doug, Yann, All,

Doug, you have same Ubuntu installation as me. Default gcj
installation with Ubuntu 9.10 comes with broken gjar (it does not work
with that M option). That is why you needed that patch. I replaced
gjar-4.4 with gjar-4.3, that had workin M option, other parts were
coming from the default gcj installation (4.4.1). Both ways help with
that jar command crash. Unfortunately my build still stops at that

i486-build_pc-linux-gnu-gcj -o ecjx -findirect-dispatch

line. I tried using 900MB and 1 GB ram.

I suppose that 1.4GB might be too much for my VirtualBox on 1.8GB
laptop. Well, I'll try it overnight, but most likely it requires
proper Linux installation.



2010/5/26 Doug Kehn <>:
> Hi Yann,
> --- On Wed, 5/26/10, Yann E. MORIN <> wrote:
>> From: Yann E. MORIN <>
>> Subject: Re: Java Compiler Build Failure
>> To:
>> Cc: "Doug Kehn" <>, "matti kaasinen" <>
>> Date: Wednesday, May 26, 2010, 11:27 AM
>> > Just curious ... did the gcc-4.4.3 java compiler build
>> for you out-of-box
>> > or did you need to apply the patch I posted?
>> No I did not apply this patch. Only pristine crosstool-NG,
>> using the latest
>> from the repository.
> Hmmm.  What host tool versions do you have?  My host system is Ubuntu 9.10 with gcc/gcj 4.4.1, and jar/classpath 0.98.  I'm using crosstool-ng-1.7.0 and the arm-cortex_a8-linux-gnueabi sample.
> Regards,
> ...doug
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